The best wings in Richmond, Indiana
Enjoy a drink, watch the game, and bring the kids. Richmond Buffalo Wings & Rings is the perfect place to enjoy any game with your friends and family. Our inviting dining rooms, outdoor patio, arcade games, and great meal specials (kids eat free on Mondays!) enhance the family friendly atmosphere.
After a day of mini golf or playing hard at the nearby sports and fitness center, treat yourself to nearby Buffalo Wings & Rings
Just next to Putt Putt and across the street from the Skate, the Richmond Buffalo Wings & Rings is 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 traditional or boneless wings, salads, burgers, and sandwiches.
Richmond, Indiana sports bar for The Ohio State, Earlham College, and more
With 30 HD flat-screens and seating for almost 200, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, motor sports, MLB, NBA, NFL, MLS, Indy Car—if it’s sports, it’s on. We’ll make sure you’re well fed, no matter the score. As a modern sports restaurant, 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 fantasy football draft.
The best wings conveniently located on Commerce Road
We’re located off of National Road, close to I-70, near the Ohio border. And we’re just 5 miles from Earlham College. Students can eat well on a budget in our restaurant. Come in on Tuesdays for .69 cent wings and boneless!
A family owned, family friendly restaurant
Owner Kevin Carson knows a lot about hospitality, and even more about made-from-scratch wings. Kevin wanted to introduce Richmond to the best made-to-order wings in a new kind of family-friendly sports restaurant. Buffalo Wings & Rings is place where parents and kids can connect while eating chef-inspired food. Whether you’re a Richmond High School or National Trail High School family, a foodie or a superfan, you’re invited to come in and see how real wings are supposed to taste.