Wings in Franklin, TN

At this location

  • 40 HD flat screens
  • Dine in
  • Carry out
  • Online Ordering
  • Private enclosed patio
  • Poker on the patio every Wednesday
  • Kids eat free on Mondays

Hours

Sunday: 11am-9pm
Monday through Thursday: 11am-10pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am-11pm

105 International Drive
Franklin, TN 37067
615-224-3380

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 Franklin, Tennessee

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

After a day visiting America’s favorite Main Street, treat yourself to nearby Buffalo Wings & Rings

When you’ve spent the day exploring Civil War sites like the Lotz House Museum, spend some time relaxing at Buffalo Wings & Rings. We’re just 10 minutes from historic downtown Franklin and within walking distance of Cool Springs Galleria. 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, farm fresh (never frozen) traditional or boneless wings, salads, burgers, and sandwiches.

Franklin, Tennessee sports bar for Titans, Nashville Predators, WCS Sports Conference, and more

With 40 HD flat-screens and seating for 250, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, MLB, NBA, NFL Sunday Ticket, MLS, NHL, Nascar, horse racing — if it’s sports, it’s on. Fans of the WCS Sports Conference, Tennessee Soccer club, Showtime Baseball Club of TN and more all gather here for top quality food in a family friendly atmosphere. That’s because we make it easy for everyone to enjoy the game, whether you’re looking for a comfortable place to watch the Titans with family or gather with friends to see the Predators. You may even spot one of their players and coaches, who frequent our restaurant.

The best wings conveniently located in Cool Springs

Franklin is a beacon of Southern hospitality, rich in history. It’s brimming with live music, festivals, antique shops, and great shopping. Just 14 miles from Nashville, this town is also a favorite of country music artists, including Luke Bryan, who’s been known to frequent our very own Buffalo Wings & Rings, located on International Drive. We’re easy to find on the east side of I-65 between Cool Springs Boulevard and Moore’s Lane, just south of Baker’s Bridge, next to Einstein Bagels.

A family owned, family friendly restaurant

Owner Mark Cross knows a lot about hospitality, and even more about making great wings. His passion for the best wings he’s ever tasted (ours!), inspired him to open the first Buffalo Wings & Rings in Tennessee. He wanted Franklin to have the freshest wings in a family friendly restaurant that’s just as comfortable for a date night as it is for a youth sports team. Mark enjoys giving back to the community — and flipping people’s expectations of a sports restaurant. He invites you to come in and experience how real wings should taste.

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