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 Buffalo Wild Wings, All TC Locations, Posted [Improperly] 
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BWW's food isn't worth the fight to me. Over priced for what you get too.


Mediocre (at best) food quality, lousy table service, and high prices. What more could you ask for?

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Mediocre (at best) food quality, lousy table service, and high prices. What more could you ask for?


And they charge extra for dressing for dipping! What's up with that??

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Brewman wrote:
motoman wrote:
BWW's food isn't worth the fight to me. Over priced for what you get too.


Mediocre (at best) food quality, lousy table service, and high prices. What more could you ask for?


I could ask to not get the squirts from their dried out chicken. BTW they charge for celery sticks too. But that newer mango habanera sauce is good. :wink:


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The new Asian Zing is heavenly and the wife can't live without the medium sauce at home, may have to talk to the manager over at the one we've gone to, hate to lose that as a dining option...

edited to add, 25 cent wings on tuesdays and 50 cent boneless on Thursdays make the pricing much more palatable.


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Is not posted. I was there waiting for a friend in the entry way. I searched around and could not find a sign.

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The new Asian Zing is heavenly and the wife can't live without the medium sauce at home, may have to talk to the manager over at the one we've gone to, hate to lose that as a dining option...

edited to add, 25 cent wings on tuesdays and 50 cent boneless on Thursdays make the pricing much more palatable.


I thought they were all the same, but maybe not.

Mankato does:

Tuesday: 35 cent wings
Wednesday: 50 cent legs (and Passport on the trivia...my favorite)
Thursday: 45 cent boneless wings

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Thursday: 45 cent boneless wings

Blah, they can't call boneless chicken- "wings"

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Thursday: 45 cent boneless wings

Blah, they can't call boneless chicken- "wings"

They're chicken flavored breading ;)


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Thursday: 45 cent boneless wings

Blah, they can't call boneless chicken- "wings"

They're chicken flavored breading ;)


HAHA!

They're 50¢ in St. Cloud... which is also posted... improperly I might add...

In the entryway, just inside the outer door, on a wall perpendicular to the door. about 1 ft off the ground. The sign is black text on a "goldish" background (hardly contrasting), font and sign area are too small.

It's hard to tell if the sign is "intentionally improperly posted"

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They're 50¢ in St. Cloud... which is also posted... improperly I might add...


Skip BWW. Try Mongos - right next door.

Not posted, and you can cram about 14 pounds of tasty stir fry into one bowl for $7.55 at lunch.


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nice... i'll have to give that a try sometime

man... does anybody really need THAT much STIRFRY?! LOL

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Need? No.

I do consider it to be a personal challenge though. They constructed the rules (one small bowl for ingredients, cook it, and put into a larger dinner bowl.)

It's up to people like me to point out flaws in the system as I carry my 2' high stack of stir fry carefully over to the grill. I'm waiting for the "your bowl must be this high or shorter" bar that you must pass under to get cooked.

It is a good value for the money though, much more so than BWW in my opinion. That and there being only a handful of places I've found in St. Cloud that are posted. I don't need to give them any more business.

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jhp wrote:
Need? No.

I do consider it to be a personal challenge though. They constructed the rules (one small bowl for ingredients, cook it, and put into a larger dinner bowl.)

It's up to people like me to point out flaws in the system as I carry my 2' high stack of stir fry carefully over to the grill. I'm waiting for the "your bowl must be this high or shorter" bar that you must pass under to get cooked.

It is a good value for the money though, much more so than BWW in my opinion. That and there being only a handful of places I've found in St. Cloud that are posted. I don't need to give them any more business.

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Mmmm...I love Mongolian grills :) I've only tried one in Bloomington (I think...the damn suburbs blend together for my smalltown self..lol) and it was really good.


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I miss M.T. Bears .20 cent wings once a week. It made for a good lunch hour.


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jhp: tried out Mongo's yesterday. That was crazy. I wished I had known how much more I could have piled into my bowl. Looking forward to heading back there again.

Anyone who hasn't yet done it, and has the opportunity.. I highly recommend Mongos

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I open carried while I was there. It was the first time I've ever done it. It was rather nerve wracking. Was paranoid that everyone saw me, and I'm sure nobody even noticed.

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