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I am planning to go to Wild Wings Bar & Grill with some friends this weekend. Does anyone know if anything on their menu is gluten free? I checked the website, but the only thing I could figure would be safe was the grilled chicken salad (no croutons). Please help! They already think I have some eating disorder since I have lost so much weight lately, so I really need to eat with them.


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You can get the wings, but you have to get the sauce on the side because two of them have gluten and they mix all of them in the same place. You could ask that they mix yours separately, but then you have to trust that they'll do it, and you have to make an issue ... I prefer to just fit in when I can.

The sauces that are not okay are pretty obvious, but I can't remember exactly, it's something like Asian and teriyaki. It's due to soy sauce. I like the honey bbq. I also get a side of celery.


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My daughter likes to have the naked chicken tenders w/the honey bbq sauce and potato rounds.


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Carleigh~ 10 years old, allergic to wheat, milk, peanuts, strawberries, and many EAs. She is currently soy-light and egg-light ~ celiac testing inconclusive by allergist.

Gluten-Free since 10/05 She's a gymnast. : )

Nick ~ 13 years old with no known allergies.

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YUM! Both of those sound great!


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Be careful on the potatoes ... it's only the potato rounds that are gluten-free ... I can never remember which one it is so I usually just skip them. Now that I know, I'll give them a try!


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What wonderful information to know! I've been avoiding wings like the plague, maybe I will try it sometime


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i love the Spicy Garlic, Mild, Medium, Hot and Honey BBQ -- they are the bomb!

Call ahead to the one you are going to and talk to the manager. Take care of it before you get there and then just ask to see him/her when you arrive.

The wings taste better to me when the sauce comes on them (but you have to be vigilant and demand they mix them in a separatebowl -- the normal wings are tossed in a bowl that has had the boneless gluten filled wings tossed in them.)

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Yep, Carla's right about the potatos... there are 2 different kinds. The potato ROUNDS are safe!

Every time we've eaten there, the manager comes to the table and actually goes back to cook the food himself. And, they always check back with us several times to make sure her food is ok!


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Carleigh~ 10 years old, allergic to wheat, milk, peanuts, strawberries, and many EAs. She is currently soy-light and egg-light ~ celiac testing inconclusive by allergist.

Gluten-Free since 10/05 She's a gymnast. : )

Nick ~ 13 years old with no known allergies.

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I had the best time! I had the naked chicken fingers with the bbq sauce. Being new to this I was afraid to venture out on my own. I also ate a ton of celery. Thanks for all yall's help!


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i ate there over the weekend and had the potato rounds w/ spicy garlic dip and wings w/ mild (sauce on the side) YUM and no sicky afterwards!!


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Yep, Carla's right about the potatos... there are 2 different kinds. The potato ROUNDS are safe!

Every time we've eaten there, the manager comes to the table and actually goes back to cook the food himself. And, they always check back with us several times to make sure her food is ok!

Are you guys referring to the "Buffalo Chips" ?

It was my understanding that those were fryed in the non-dedicated fryers.

I was told they were not gluten free due to the potential for cross-contamination.

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Are you guys referring to the "Buffalo Chips" ?

It was my understanding that those were fryed in the non-dedicated fryers.

I was told they were not gluten free due to the potential for cross-contamination.

I don't know. I've never gotten the potatoes because I can never remember. I just get wings and celery.


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I am planning to go to Wild Wings Bar & Grill with some friends this weekend. Does anyone know if anything on their menu is gluten free? I checked the website, but the only thing I could figure would be safe was the grilled chicken salad (no croutons). Please help! They already think I have some eating disorder since I have lost so much weight lately, so I really need to eat with them.

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You can get the wings, but you have to get the sauce on the side because two of them have gluten and they mix all of them in the same place. You could ask that they mix yours separately, but then you have to trust that they'll do it, and you have to make an issue ... I prefer to just fit in when I can.

The sauces that are not okay are pretty obvious, but I can't remember exactly, it's something like Asian and teriyaki. It's due to soy sauce. I like the honey bbq. I also get a side of celery.

I eat at the Buffalo Wildwings frequently as my kids love it. I always get Traditional Wings with Honey Barbecue Sauce and Buffalo Chips with Cheese. The manager always makes sure they mix my wings separately from the gluten containing sauce ones and they fry chips separate from breaded and other foods with gluten.

I have Celiac disease.

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Yum, I remember liking this place so will definitely have to try it again with those options!


~Erin~

gluten free since 4/13/2009

Getting married 5/1/2010

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