Wings in Omaha, NE

At this location

  • 40 flat screens
  • Dine in
  • Carry out
  • Online Ordering
  • Outdoor patio
  • Kids eat free on Mondays
  • $.89 Traditional Wings on Tuesdays
  • $1.19 Tenders on Wednesdays
  • $.89 Boneless Wings on Thursdays

Hours

Sunday: 11am-9pm
Monday through Saturday: 11am-10pm

12240 L Street
Omaha, NE 68137
402-614-7300

Weekly Specials

Monday

Kids Eat Free

Tuesday

Traditional Wing Special!

Wednesday

Chicken Tender Special!

The best wings in Omaha, Nebraska

Enjoy a drink, watch the game, and bring the kids. Omaha Buffalo Wings & Rings is the perfect place to enjoy any game with your friends and family. Our inviting open space, pet-friendly outdoor patio, and variety of seating options help make this a convenient spot to spend a lively night out or have lunch with friends.

After an afternoon of shopping, treat yourself to Buffalo Wings & Rings

We’re located in Millard, just 8 minutes from Oaks View Mall and 17 minutes from the Henry Doorly Zoo. Whether you came to feed hungry shoppers or celebrate a win at the College World Series, you’ll find options pleasing to both parents and kids. (Especially on Mondays when kids eat free!) We offer a variety of shareable starters, freshly made wings with unique sauces, salads, burgers, and sandwiches.

Omaha sports bar for Huskers, Storm Chasers, Lancers, and more.

With 40 flat-screens and seating for more than 180, we can accommodate any sports fan. High school and college football, MLB, NBA, NFL Ticket, MLS—if it’s sports related, you’ll find it here. Fans of Storm Chasers baseball and Lancers hockey all join us for chef-inspired food in a friendly atmosphere. This is a sports restaurant. That means we make it easy to enjoy the game for everyone—whether you’re gathering for a fantasy football draft with friends, or looking for a comfortable place to watch the Huskers with the family.

The best wings conveniently located on L Street in Omaha

You know Omaha for its family friendly amenities—great parks, great sports, excellent schools and more. It’s also home to Buffalo Wings & Rings, a unique sports restaurant that caters to each person in your group. We’re just 15 minutes from the University of Nebraska Omaha and minutes from other local colleges. Students can eat well on a budget in our restaurant. Come in on Tuesdays for wing specials!

A family-owned, family friendly restaurant

Owners Todd & Audra Fetter have been entrepreneurs for over 20 years. Todd and his sons love sports and they love wings. So, getting into a sports restaurant was a natural fit. They love the brand, the made-from-scratch food, and the people so much they don’t have just one restaurant—they have nine! The Fetter's won the 2017 Husband and Wife Influencer Award by Multi-Unit Franchise Management. The Fetters acquired this location to give more people an opportunity to grow in their community and for employees to grow professionally and personally. They are passionate about giving back to the community. If you have a fundraiser you’d like help with, they would love to hear about it. The Fetters invite you come in and see how real wings should taste.

Recent News

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06 August 2021

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