Buffalo Wild Wings GO planned for downtown Patchogue


A Buffalo Wild Wings Go take-out restaurant is in the works for Main Street in Patchogue.

The village’s planning board held a public hearing Wednesday, April 23, in Village Hall to discuss a proposal to renovate the vacant first floor at 125 E. Main St. to accommodate the popular restaurant. The property’s owner, Mario Vigliotta, is additionally applying to construct a second-story, metal fire escape on the back side of the building, as well as signage for the restaurant.

The building, formerly occupied by Roe Agency, is sandwiched between Chase Bank and the Village Walk at Patchogue senior living complex — and directly across the street from Whiskey Neat.

Buffalo Wild Wings has Suffolk County locations in Miller Place, Centereach, Riverhead, North Babylon, Bay Shore and Farmingdale, as well as Hicksville and Westbury in Nassau County. Long Island’s first Buffalo Wild Wings GO takeout concept opened last month in Shirley.

Long Island’s first Buffalo Wild Wings GO opens

The chain, founded in 1982, is a casual dining restaurant and sports bar chain known for its wings and wide array of sauces. It counts over 1,200 locations across the United States and internationally.

Buffalo Wild Wings opened its first GO location in 2020. The GO locations offer a walk-up counter, digital menu boards, condensed seating and TVs for guests to watch while they wait on their orders.

Greater Long Island reached out to Buffalo Wild Wings’ corporate office for comment, but did not hear back from the company by press time.

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