wings in West Chester, OH

At this location

  • 41 HD flat screens
  • Dine in
  • Carry out
  • Online Ordering
  • Large, covered patio
  • Trivia every Wednesday

Hours

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

4782 Plum Square
West Chester, OH 45069
513-860-9464

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 West Chester, Ohio

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

After a Lakota football game or a day of shopping, treat yourself to nearby Buffalo Wings & Rings

We’re on Plum Square, just off Princeton Glendale Road, three miles from Lakota West High school. 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.

West Chester, Ohio sports bar for Cincinnati Bengals, Reds, University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Miami University, Lakota East, and Lakota West

With 41 HD flat-screens and seating for 240, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, NFL, MLB, NBA, MLS, NHL, Nascar—if it’s sports, it’s on. Fans of all sizes and team affiliations 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 Bengals with family or gather with friends to see the Bearcats and Musketeers. Don’t miss live trivia every Wednesday night at 7:30. Winners walk away with great gift cards!

The best wings conveniently located in West Chester

This friendly neighborhood shopping area is just three miles from Lakota West High school, and 10 minutes from IKEA. It’s also home to Buffalo Wings & Rings, a unique sports restaurant that caters to each person in your group. We’re easy to find, located just across the street from Kroger, next to the Children's Learning Adventure. Satisfy your hard-earned appetite with delicious food at an incredible value.

A family owned, family friendly restaurant

Owners Si and Kim Rose know a lot about this town, and even more about making great wings. Three of their four kids were born here, and although they moved, their hearts remained in West Chester. So they jumped at the opportunity to settle back in to open Buffalo Wings & Rings. Si, Kim, and their family are thrilled to introduce friends old and new to the freshest wings, in a place that’s just as comfortable for a date night as it is for a youth sports team. Whether you’re a Thunderhawk or a Firebird, Si and Kim invite you to come in and experience how real wings should taste.

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