Buffalo Wild Wings, which is also known as BW3’s, operates restaurants in West Chester Twp., Fairfield, Mason, Middletown and Lebanon.

All Buffalo Wild Wings locations in Butler, Warren counties reopening today

Buffalo Wild Wings is reopening all 22 of its Cincinnati-area locations today “in consultation with federal, state and local guidelines to once again provide legendary experiences between friends within its four walls,” a spokeswoman for the restaurant chain said in an email.

Several operations, safety and sanitation steps will be taken upon reopening to ensure the safety and well-being of Buffalo Wild Wings guests and team members, spokeswoman Jessica Vaughn said.

All high-touch point areas will be cleaned with increased frequency; tables and chairs in the dining room and bar areas have been removed or specific tables/sections will not be in use to allow for a six-foot minimum of distance between guests; single-use, disposable menus and condiments will be provided to all guests; single-use cutlery and beverage cups will be provided to all guests upon request; wellness checks will be conducted upon team members’ arrival for their shifts, Vaughn said.

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Buffalo Wild Wings, which is also known as BW3’s, operates restaurants in West Chester Twp., Fairfield, Mason, Middletown and Lebanon. It also is reopening all 12 of its Dayton-area locations today.

It will continue to serve diners via delivery and takeout through the Buffalo Wild Wings app or BuffaloWildWings.com. BOGO Wing Tuesdays and BOGO Boneless Thursday deals will be offered via dine-in, takeout and delivery, Vaughn said.

Specials launching this week include BOGO Boneless Wings (Thursday) and, starting today, a new family wing bundle featuring 15 Traditional Wings, 15 Boneless Wings and Basket Fries will be added to the restaurant’s online bundle offerings for $29.99.

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