NY Buffalo Wings passing the torch to the next ‘legitimate businessman’

That NY Buffalo Wings place on Valencia that is probably a front for something is apparently for sale! Will you be the next money-laundering operation to occupy the space?

Actually, at $225K, it’s a hell of a lot cheaper and spacious than any house around here. Maybe you could move in, take baths in the industrial-sized sink, and crash in one of those comfy booths? It would be great. You could serve wings at all your dinner parties.

Check out the listing over at Zillow.

Update: VIDEO TOUR!

11 Responses to “NY Buffalo Wings passing the torch to the next ‘legitimate businessman’”

  1. Sameer Bhansaki says:

    These guys are friends and I’ve enjoyed eating there (and, no, the food doesn’t make me sick). Sad to see them go.

    • SFdoggy says:

      If you have eaten there (much less enjoyed it), you are one of the few and the brave; I regularly walk by there during day and night and if there never more than one or two tables occupied.

  2. GG says:

    Sorry to destroy your fantasy, but the $225K is probably to buy the *business* and take over the lease, rather than buying the actual building/unit (just guessing though).

  3. Potential haunted house amusement!

  4. Rhiannon says:

    Aw, man! That place is open till 3 on the weekends, serves rad food for hella cheap, MAKES THEIR OWN POTATO CHIPS, and lets you sit there and drink coffee all night without bugging you. PLUS, they’ll let you take over the TV.

    bummer.

  5. phlavor says:

    That was the place that made me stop saying, “You know what San Francisco needs? A good place to go for wings.” Maybe it was the location but I would walk by once every six months and remember it was there.

  6. MrEricSir says:

    When they opened this place, they made the tragic mistake of putting it in the wrong city. Perhaps the next owner can change it to SF Buffalo Wings.

  7. kiya says:

    The most they’re going to get for this business is $50k

    There are successful businesses in SF that are for sale for half that on the market for over a year now.

  8. jr says:

    It’s almost impossible to get real Buffalo wings outside of NY. I have yet to experience anything authentic on the West coast in this dept. Maybe they should have sold beef on weck & gotten rid of that horrible lighting. There’s a whole niche of clientele whacked out of their heads on mushrooms that can’t enjoy some food with all those florescent spotlights burning a hole in their face! Hey, foodie entrepreneurs: Can a get a real fucking ruben up in this shit? Thank you.

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