Went here for a late dinner with extended family and even at 8 on a Saturday they were able to accommodate our large group in the back room. The bonus was there were fewer TVs and a lower noise level,that allowed us to catch up with everyone's latest news.
Good beers, except they were out of one and the waiter brought a substitute without asking the person - WHAT?? Substitute had very different taste profile (pumpkin) and the waiter tried to assure it was the ordered beer. Very strange.
Wings were delis has always and in this case very plump, unlike the last B-Dub I went to when they reminded me of cheap chicken places.
Apps were good, pickles, mozzarella, onion rings - we had a lot of fried food going on at this meal! A couple salads were judged good. Some sandwiches from the regular menu were great.
However, the special "thirty fifty beef on weck" was a disaster if you've ever had a real geek on weck from western NY. Weird sauce, served on their regular textured burger style roll dusted with some coarse salt and caraway seed. Au jus on the side (a lot), but the beef was the worse disappointment. It was a bunch of dried out crumbles that rolled out of the roll and the sad roll disintegrated with the addition of au jus desperately needed to moisten the dried beef crumbles. A proper weck is made with thinly sliced beef simmered in its au jus so it's moist, not dry.
If the boys from buffalo who started BWW&W are still involved in menu selection, they should be ashamed to present this sandwich as a weck! This disaster had to be eaten with a fork, horrors!
The server tried to make the beef on weck situation right, but stopped short of removing it from the bill.
Despite the beer snafu and the weck disaster, everything else was very good and our waiter did an otherwise good job.
Recommend this BWW location for its main menu food and ambiance.
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