Wings in Elizabethtown, KY

At this location

  • 46 HD flat screens
  • Five minutes from Freeman Lake
  • Dine in
  • Carry out
  • Online Ordering
  • Large outdoor patio
  • Claw game for the kids

Hours

Sunday: 11am-10pm
Monday through Thursday: 11am-11pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am-12am

1604 Ring Rd.
Elizabethtown, KY 42701
270-506-3541

Weekly Specials

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MONDAY

Kids Eat Free

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Tuesday

WING SPECIAL!

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Wednesday

TENDER SPECIAL!

The best wings in Elizabethtown, Kentucky

Enjoy a drink, watch the game, and bring the kids. Elizabethtown Buffalo Wings & Rings is the perfect place to enjoy any game with your friends and family. Our inviting dining rooms, large outdoor patio, and great meal specials (kids eat free on Mondays!) enhance the family friendly atmosphere.

After a day hiking and playing around Freeman Lake, treat yourself to nearby Buffalo Wings & Rings

After you’ve spent hours in the outdoors, spend some time relaxing at Buffalo Wings & Rings. We’re just 5 minutes from Freeman Lake, on the corner of Ring Road and Dixie Highway, and just down the road from Towne Mall. It’s a convenient stop and an enjoyable place for both parents and kids. Our bright sports restaurant has options everyone can enjoy, including a variety of shareable starters, fresh (never frozen) traditional or boneless wings, salads, burgers, and sandwiches.

Elizabethtown, Kentucky sports bar for UK, University of Louisville, Eastern Kentucky, Western Kentucky, and more

With 46 HD flat-screens and seating for over 300, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, MLB, NBA, NFL, MLS, NHL, Nascar, horse racing — if it’s sports, it’s on. We’ll make sure you’re well fed, no matter the score. We make it easy for everyone to enjoy the game, whether you’re looking for a comfortable place to watch the Wildcats with family or gather with friends to see the Louisville Bats. You can also track multiple games through the scoreboard in the middle of the restaurant, play keno, or show the kids how to win at the claw grabber game.

The best wings conveniently located on Ring Road

Elizabethtown is full of recreation and sights to enjoy — from bowling at Dix-E-Town lanes to visiting Abraham Lincoln’s birthplace. It’s also home to Buffalo Wings & Rings —- a modern sports restaurant that caters to each person in your group. We can satisfy your appetite with delicious chef-inspired food at an incredible value. Come extra hungry on Tuesdays when you can enjoy .79 cent wings, while playing our own version of Family Feud. Or fill up on $1.29 chicken tenders during trivia nights on Wednesdays.

A family owned, family friendly restaurant

Owner Shaun Hill knows a lot about this town, and even more about wings. A native of nearby Bardstown, Shaun wanted Elizabethtown to have a gathering place for friends and family to create memories, away from the bro-zone. So he opened Buffalo Wings & Rings, where parents and kids can connect while eating chef-inspired food. He loves sports and fresh food, and gives back to local communities through fundraisers and events. Whether you’re a Central Hardin Bruin or and Elizabethtown Panther, Shaun invites you to come in and see how wings should taste.

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