Buffalo Wild Wings Opening Fourth Hudson Valley Location
It looks like a Hudson Valley town that's been longing for Buffalo Wild Wings is finally getting their wish.
Buffalo Wild Wings already has three locations in the Mid Hudson Region. The hot wing empire operates restaurants in Wappingers Falls, Middletown and they opened up their newest spot in Newburgh just under three years ago. But, sadly, one community has been without their "B-Dubs" since 2012.
After filing for bankruptcy seven years ago the Kingston Buffalo Wild Wings closed down, forcing residents to travel for miles to find the closest location. Well, now it looks like the restaurant is finally returning to Kingston and is already beefing up their new staff.
A posting on Indeed.com is seeking applications for a restaurant manager who will oversee a new Buffalo Wild Wings opening in Kingston. According to the posting, they are hiring now so they can have staff go through 12 weeks of training at one of the other Hudson Valley locations before the doors open in Ulster County.
Buffalo Wild Wings has not responded to our request for more information about the new restaurant, but word on the street is that they will be moving into the old Ruby Tuesday location on Ulster Avenue. Ruby Tuesday closed down in 2016 after the chain closed a number of underperforming restaurants around the country. Last month Ruby Tuesday abruptly closed their Fishkill location.
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