The best wings in Mason, Ohio
There are plenty of chicken joints in this part of town, but nothing compares to Kings Mills 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, outdoor patio—and of course, our signature wings—make this a great space to relax after riding the Banshee or cheering on your high school athlete.
After a day at Kings Island or Great Wolf Lodge, treat yourself to nearby Buffalo Wings & Rings
Just down the road from the area’s top amusement park and 5 minutes from the Western & Southern Open — the Mason Buffalo Wings & Rings is a convenient stop and an enjoyable place for both parents and kids. Our menu has something for everyone, featuring fresh made-to-order wings, homemade sauces, specialty burgers, salads, and plenty of shareable starters. Plus, kids eat free on Mondays!
Mason sports bar for Cincinnati Reds, Bengals, FC Cincinnati, Buckeyes, and more
With 43 HD flat-screens and seating for almost 300, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, MLB, NBA, NFL Ticket, MLS, golf, Nascar—if it’s sports, it’s going to be on. Buckeyes and Bearcats, Cavaliers and Reds fans all gather here for chef-inspired food in a friendly atmosphere. As a modern sports restaurant, we make it easy for everyone to enjoy the game.
Join us for the official Pep Rally of the Bengals Radio Network
Dave Lapham and Dan Hoard will broadcast live on Fridays from 3 to 6 pm: November 3, November 10, and November 17th. You won’t want to miss the great food and special guests from the Cincinnati Bengals.
The best wings conveniently located on Kings Center Drive
Just 3 minutes from Great Wolf Lodge and 4 minutes from Kings Island, Mason Buffalo Wings & Rings is an ideal spot for everyone from hungry riders to tennis 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 John Gerbus loves wings and sports. But he didn’t set out to open a sports restaurant. He was a banker who realized the value of a family-friendly, service oriented restaurant. So he decided to open a few. More importantly, John isn’t just an owner, he’s a local. He wanted to partner with the community and provide an inviting space for families and teams to enjoy a night out. A gathering spot for them to connect and watch any game they wanted. Whether you’re a Knight, a Comet, a Crusader or a foodie, John invites you to come in and see how real wings should taste.