The best wings in Crestview Hills, Kentucky
There’s a fair share of chicken joints in this part of Northern Kentucky, but there’s nothing like Crestview Hills Buffalo Wings & Rings. It’s a comfortable place to socialize with family and friends over chef-driven food and sports. Our open, inviting dining rooms and focus on service enhance the family friendly atmosphere.
After a day of shopping or an afternoon on the soccer field, treat yourself to Buffalo Wings & Rings
We’re easy to find, just off I-275 at exit 83. It’s a convenient stop and an enjoyable place for both parents and kids. Our menu has something for everyone, featuring fresh made-to-order wings, homemade sauces, specialty burgers, salads, and plenty of shareable starters. Plus, kids eat free on Mondays!
Crestview Hills sports bar for Kentucky Wildcats basketball, Cincinnati Reds, Bengals, and more
With 51 TVs and seating for over 230, we can accommodate any sports fan. College football, MLB, NBA, NFL Ticket, MLS, golf, Nascar—if it’s sports, it’s going to be on. As a modern sports restaurant, we make it easy for everyone to enjoy the game—whether you’re catching a Wildcats game with your friends, or looking for a comfortable place to watch the Bengals with family. You’ll leave well fed, no matter the score.
The best wings conveniently located in Crestview Hills Town Center
We’re located in the midst of Northern Kentucky’s top shopping destination, on the corner across the street from Trader Joes. We’re just one mile from Thomas More University—and 11 minutes from Northern Kentucky University. Students and families can eat well on a budget in our restaurant. Come in on Tuesdays for .89 cent boneless wings!
A family operated, family friendly restaurant
General Manager, William Stone loves wings and sports. He wanted Crestview Hills to to have the freshest wings in a family-friendly restaurant that caters to each person in your group. He doesn't just manage a wing joint or a wing hang out, he manages a restaurant. Similarly, Shannon isn’t just a manager, he’s part of the community. And he’s inviting you to come on in and see how real wings should taste.