2 Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants closing in Dayton area


Two Buffalo Wild Wings locations will close this year in the Dayton region, a spokeswoman told this news organization. 

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The restaurant, located at 774 N. Main St. in the same retail center where Dorothy Lane Market is located, is “slated to close later in 2018, but a new restaurant is opening at Austin Landing in Miami Twp. The Austin Landing location will open near the end of the year,” a spokesperson told this news organization.

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A sign at the North Main Street retail center says the BW3 restaurant space will be up for lease in August. The new Buffalo Wing Wings at Austin Landing will be located next to Kohl’s, according to Austin Landing developer VisCap Development. 

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Another Buffalo Wild Wings located at at 2082 S. Alex Road in West Carrollton will also close in late 2018, a spokeswoman told this news organization. 

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Specific dates for both restaurant closings have not been disclosed by the chain yet.

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