716 Food and Sport
(716) Food and Sport is dedicated to providing the premier fan, food and sports experience for residents and visitors of Western New York. Our state-of-the-art facility includes a 38ft Feature Video Screen over the Main Bar and over 70 additional TV’s creating an unmatched atmosphere to take in a sporting event and enjoy Western NY culinary favorites.
Boneheads Wing Bar
West Warwick, RI
Boneheads opened in 2013 with the intent of becoming a destination for wing enthusiasts around the world. Since opening, Boneheads has brought big flavors to the smallest state in the US with over 75 types of sauces and dry rubs. In addition to several local and regional awards, Boneheads was honored to win “Festival Favorite” at the National Buffalo Wing Festival in 2015 and has been featured on several “Best Of” lists on MSN, Thrillist, Delish, Mashable and more. Boneheads also was featured on “Food Paradise” on The Travel Channel for their unique take on wings.
Buffalo Wild Wings
Buffalo Wild Wings, Inc., founded in 1982 and headquartered in Minneapolis, is a growing owner, operator, and franchisor of Buffalo Wild Wings® restaurants featuring a variety of boldly-flavored, made-to-order menu items including its namesake Buffalo, New York-style chicken wings. The Buffalo Wild Wings menu specializes in 21 mouth-watering signature sauces and seasonings with flavor sensations ranging from Sweet BBQ™ to Blazin’®. Guests enjoy a welcoming neighborhood atmosphere that includes an extensive multi-media system for watching their favorite sporting events. Buffalo Wild Wings is the recipient of hundreds of “Best Wings” and “Best Sports Bar” awards from across the country. There are currently more than 1,180 Buffalo Wild Wings locations around the world.
Making their first trip in 2005, Legend Larry’s was one of the earliest non-native “Mom & Pop” wing joints to serve up their local sauces at the National Buffalo Wing Festival. Larry’s amazing recipes and passion for all things “wings” quickly earned the adoration and respect of both locals and out-of-towners at WingFest. Since their first visit, Legend Larry’s has grown to four Wisconsin locations and their sauce can be found in restaurants and retailers throughout their state and region.
A landmark in Northwest Ohio for more than 80 years. Current owner, Kyle Bendele, transformed Millie’s into the regions premier wing hot spot. With 16 sauces and dry seasonings ranging from Blackberry Brandy to Maple Bacon Rum to Sweet Habanero, your sure to find a new favorite. Along with pizza, burgers, wraps and ice cold beer, we’ll have your next dining experience covered.
Perry’s Ice Cream
With so many varieties it can be hard to choose. From perfectly churned light ice cream and refreshing sherbet to our popular premium and all natural flavors. Whether you always take home your tried-and-true or you’re looking to taste something totally new—when you pick Perry’s, you can’t go wrong.
The Blind Rhino
The Blind Rhino is an Award Winning Sports Bar located in downtown South Norwalk, CT. The flagship store opened in 2015 with 28 TV’s and an assortment of classic pub games like darts, shuffleboard, and foosball.
The menu includes both elevated versions of sports bar favorites and innovative, original dishes. We focus on 10-12 scratch wing sauces at any time, and offer a core lineup of snacks, greens, sandwiches, wraps and house-ground burgers!
The 24 tap draft list focusses heavily on local CT beer, and some of those hard-to-find craft whales. But it’s a sports bar—so the old favorites are up there too.
If beer isn’t your thing, we offer a cultivated selection of tequila, whiskey, cocktails & wine. A relaxed, fun Sports Bar setting, with a focus on great service and atmosphere makes a great game watching experience!
The Blind Rhino is opening its second location in the Black Rock area of Bridgeport, CT in the fall of 2018.
The Depot Restaurant & Tavern
A trip to the Depot has been an Oneonta tradition since the first trains began rolling through more than a century ago.
The Oneonta Depot was the place to assemble for a ride to other destinations. But, in 1972, it became the destination itself! It was then that the Depot was reinvented as a restaurant and tavern and a new Oneonta tradition began.
In 2006, Judy Hurlburt became co-owner of the landmark establishment, and things really started cookin’. The screened-in back porch – a favorite summertime dining area – was completely remodeled and weatherized. It still retains its charm as a “window” on the creek and the park, but now can be enjoyed all year round.
The Depot has always been locally famous for its burgers, pizza and wings, but in recent years an emphasis on a more elegant dining experience has provided customers with a range of lunch and dinner options that’s unrivaled in the area.
Sampling a flight of the Depot’s impressive selection of beers has become a “must” for the serious brew aficionado, as well as those who are simply interested in the discovery of new favorites.
From a single serving of their award winning Garbage Wings to a stylish banquet reception for 100, the Depot Restaurant and Tavern is the destination in Oneonta.
The Dirty Buffalo
Established in 2012, The Dirty Buffalo is owned and operated by Western New York native and ODU alum Russell Gilbert. Russ grew up in a small town outside Rochester, New York before moving to Buffalo where he met his wife Stephanie. The couple spent several years shoveling snow and chowing down on the City of Good Neighbors’ iconic fare before heading south to Virginia in 2005. Upon arrival in the Hampton Roads area, Russ and Steph relished in the bright sunshine and friendly people, but they couldn’t find a restaurant where they could enjoy the authentic Buffalo-style chicken wings they’d grown accustomed to eating.
After growing up in the restaurant industry, Russ could only think of one solution to this perceptible void. So, while he finished his marketing degree at ODU, Russ set to work on creating a family-friendly restaurant and sports bar featuring his own interpretation of his favorite Western New York dishes.
The Draft Room
The Draft Room at Labatt House is as a communal establishment where beer and food are paired and shared creating an engaging and interactive hospitality experience. The Draft Room’s design tells the story of beer through production, packaging, shipping and delivery. Its walls are lined with murals celebrating the end of Prohibition, the story of John Labatt, and explaining the Standard Reference Method (SRM), which correlates each different style code with the appropriate type of beer. Decorative kegs and views of Labatt’s active brewery round out the unique space.
Windjammers Bar & Grill
Windjammers is family owned and has operated for more than 35 years. This popular small town sports bar has enormous support from its dedicated customers and visitors. The owners, Lee and Marcia Selover, applied a fine-dining appreciation to a pub-like menu, and those standards have prevailed. The result is Rochester’s best wings, burgers, and incredible home-made dishes, offered in a variety of styles.
The Wing’s Army concept is unique, presents nostalgically an atmosphere intermingled with symbols, images and real pieces or military replicas, ie: as a retro and contemporary internal museum with a military theme whose concept is liked by young people and the family alike. The alita is the fundamental part of the brand, so its 15 flavors evoke memories to those who taste them. In short, at any time they crave some wings and every season some new dishes are offered.