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BW3 plans updating project

Published: Sat, June 11, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m.
Place:Buffalo Wild Wings-Southern Park Mall

7401 Market St., Boardman Township

By Karl Henkel



Buffalo Wild Wings, 7401 Market St., is set to undergo a massive renovation project next month.

Doug Esenwein, regional manager for the four local BW3s — in Niles, Austintown, Boardman and Youngstown — said the project will take place in mid- to late July and cause the restaurant, in its current location since 1996, to close temporarily for about a week.

“We’ll change everything from the exterior — a brand new facade — patio and all new TVs,” he said. “There will also be new floor coverings, wall coverings and new audio-visual equipment.”

The patio will have a new shutter system that will allow use in the fall and winter.

Esenwein said when finished, the establishment will look similar to the Austintown location, which recently was remodeled. The restaurant will go from its third-generation blue-and-yellow logo look to the fourth-generation yellow-and-black appearance.

Esenwein said one of the more-popular features in other BW3 locations — TVs in the restrooms — isn’t slated as part of the renovation, but he didn’t discount the idea entirely.

“We’re investing more in product out on the floor,” he said. “But you never know, we could always throw that detail in.”


1djicey99(72 comments)posted 5 years ago

The Youngstown- metro area bw3's is by far, the worse managed bw3's in the whole area! all 4 of them have terrible rude servers, and the bathrooms are always dirty. and you can tell they aren't trained to serve customers. Not to mention all the food is worse than the food you can get from mcdonalds or taco bell.

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2bannedbybw3(2 comments)posted 5 years ago

Their Austintown location isn't much better. They claim to be a sports bar, but I claim otherwise. http://tinyurl.com/455m4ht

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3Briscoe(14 comments)posted 5 years ago

This article is about a local company\\\'s reinvestment in their business. Before the Covelli Center and the reopening of West Federal Street, BW-3 was the only reason to go downtown after 5PM. Now they are pumping money back into their business - I say that\\\'s great! I commend the local ownership of Ed Yaskowitz who has stayed true to this area and continues to reinvest not only in downtown, but also in their locations in Niles, Boardman, and Austintown. As a community we should be proud of the fact that the local BW-3 franchises were amongst the first of a chain that now boasts nearly 700 locations nationwide.

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4bmanresident(607 comments)posted 5 years ago

@ bannedbybw3 you obviously need a hobby or something. to put forth that much effort in bashing a place is kinda weird. It makes you fit in with us here at Vindy.com :)

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5bannedbybw3(2 comments)posted 5 years ago

@Bman ... I'm a writer. I used to work for the Trib as well as other media in the valley.

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