Buffalo Wild Wings is giving away free wings at its new express spots

B-Dubs just opened its first small-format restaurant.
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Buffalo Wild Wings is testing new small-format restaurants in the Twin Cities. And to celebrate the openings, the first two restaurants will give away free wings. 

These B-Dubs Express locations will focus on quick orders like takeout and delivery, instead of being a place to sit down, eat and drink, and watch sports, like traditional Buffalo Wild Wings locations (although there will still be some tables and TVs for those who want to dine in).

The first B-Dubs Express opened Monday at 7529 France Ave. S. in Edina, and a second location is expected to open at 525 N. Blake Road in Hopkins on Aug. 7, the company said in an email news release.

How to get free wings

People can enter to win free wings for a year.

B-Dubs will choose five winners every day during in-store drawings. Just go there, fill out a form, and they'll pick a random winner.

It's happening from July 24-30 at the Edina spot, and then Aug. 7-13 once the Hopkins location opens.

There are other promotions planned too – like getting served wings from Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs. He'll be at B-Dubs Express in Edina from noon-1 p.m. on Aug. 1.

A look at the menu

There will obviously be wings (boneless and traditional), but there will also be a self-serve condiment station where you can sample and use all of Buffalo Wild Wings' 21 sauces and seasonings. 

The rest of the menu is smaller then a regular B-Dubs though. You'll be able to get chicken tenders, a chicken sandwich, burger, salad, buffalo macaroni and cheese, appetizers and sides, as well as beer. 

“Whether they’re dining in, taking out or ordering delivery, we’re confident that this new Buffalo Wild Wings offering will give fans the convenience they’re looking for while staying true to our roots," Todd Kronebusch of Buffalo Wild Wings said in an email news release.

People can get B-Dubs delivered via DoorDash, or dine in and watch sports on the TVs.

Here's a closer look from a Buffalo Wild Wings employee.

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