The best wings in Lima, Ohio
There are several dining options in the East Gate area, but nothing compares to Lima Buffalo Wings & Rings. It’s a comfortable place to socialize with family and friends over chef-driven food and sports. Our bright, inviting dining rooms and large, covered outdoor patio make this a great space to relax and eat, host birthday parties, or spend a lively night out.
After a day of shopping or an afternoon on the field, stop by Buffalo Wings & Rings
Buffalo Wings & Rings is an enjoyable place for both parents and kids. Our menu has something for everyone, featuring fresh (never frozen) wings, homemade sauces, specialty burgers, salads, and plenty of shareable starters made-from-scratch. Our spinach artichoke dip is a fan favorite. Plus, kids eat free on Mondays. Coming soon: Trivia and Singo nights!
Lima sports bar for The Ohio State Buckeyes, Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, and more
With 45 HD flat-screens and seating for more than 260, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, MLB, NBA, NFL Ticket, MLS, The Big Ten Network. If it’s sports — it’s going to be on. We make it easy for everyone to enjoy the game, whether you’re looking for a comfortable place to watch the Buckeyes with family or gather with friends for a night out. Fans of all ages come together here for wing specials in a family-friendly atmosphere.
The best wings conveniently located on Roschman Avenue
Buffalo Wings & Rings is located in the East Gate area, next to Sam’s Club. Situated near three hotels just off I-75, and close to the Allen County fairgrounds, Lima Buffalo Wings & Rings is an ideal spot for everyone from hungry shoppers to soccer fans and avid fantasy football players. We can handle any group size — and more importantly, any appetite. Come extra hungry on Tuesdays for .69 cent wings!
A family owned, family friendly restaurant
Owner Kellen Fetter knows a thing or two about this town, and even more about making great wings. His family owns nine Buffalo Wings & Rings in four states. When the opportunity arose to open one in Lima, it was a no brainer. That’s because Fetter isn’t just a business owner, he is a part of the community. He grew up running track at Perry High School and attended Waynesfield-Goshen. And today he lives nine miles from the restaurant, with friends and family nearby. So whether you’re a Waynesfield-Goshen Tiger a Perry High School Commodore, Kellen is inviting you to come in and see what wings are supposed to taste like.