It may have originated in upstate New York, but Buffalo sauce has been setting the country on fire for decades. These are the 8 Greatest places that bring the taste of Buffalo beyond just chicken wings.
Mystic Station is a neighborhood bar and restaurant owned by a charismatic couple whose personalities are as fiery as their signature Buffalo sauce. You can find it slathered on wings, served as a dip, or stuffed inside a Buffalo Grilled Cheese sandwich, with chicken and three kinds of cheese.
Bred, in the Lower Mills section of Dorchester is a takeout spot where gourmet burgers are sizzled up, piled up, wrapped up, then eaten up. No burger will get you fired up quite like the Moody Buffalo, a juicy turkey burger topped with shaved celery, blue cheese and buffalo slaw.
Abington Ale House
Another Great 8 winner is the Abington Ale House. This casual spot has all of the comfort foods you love, and when it comes to Buffalo, they definitely know their stuff. You can get it served piping hot as a cheesy dip, with tri-color tortilla chips for dunking; or as part of a unique entree called Buffalo Chicken Pasta.
The Flying Rhino in Worcester is an eye catching spot on Shrewsbury Street marked by bright colors, towering artwork and a giant rhino head. Just as eclectic is the menu, with everything from juicy burgers piled high with tangy BBQ sauce and fried onion strings, to Far east dishes like Black Cherry Duck or Korean style tacos. And when it comes to Buffalo, the Asian spins keep on coming with Buffalo Chicken Wontons, stuffed with bleu cheese and served with homemade buttermilk ranch.READ MORE: BC Falls To #18 Wake Forest 41-10 In Regular Season Finale
Easy Pie in Braintree is not your average pizza spot, serving specialty pies topped with anything and everything; from The Beach Chair pizza with pineapple, prosciutto, and mango-peach salsa; to the Mac Daddy, which takes all the elements of a Big Mac, and puts them on a pizza. But for some serious flavor, get yourself the Buffalo Nickel pizza, featuring chunks of spicy chicken and a creamy blue cheese drizzle.
Another Great 8 winner is Rose Alley in historic New Bedford. Set inside a little stone building, Rose Alley specializes in craft beer and serves up some outstanding food to go along with it. Phantom’s favorite is the fiery Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls, each one rolled by hand and deep fried, stuffed with grilled buffalo chicken, jack cheese, bleu cheese crumbles, chopped onion, carrots and celery.
Tony C’s in Somerville, Burlington and the Fenway is a massive sports bar boasting a menu stacked with large portions of American comfort food favorites. While the atmosphere is definitely energetic, it’s the buffalo taquitos that will really get you going.
Harry’s Bar and Grill
Rounding off the Great 8 is Harry’s Bar and Grill in Middleboro. This loud and lively pub has food everyone loves, at prices anyone can afford. The space is decked out in airplanes, and the menu has
Buffalo flavored apps that will send your taste buds flying. There’s the indulgent Buffalo steak fries, tossed with sauce, and topped with bacon, cheese and scallion with bleu cheese dressing; or you can just have it slathered on some of their colossal wings.
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