Buffalo Wild Wings shuts down in Springboro, prepares to open in Austin Landing

Buffalo Wild Wings has shut down its restaurant at 774 N. Main St. in Springboro to pave the way for the opening of a newly constructed restaurant in the nearby Austin Landing development in Miami Twp., an employee at the Springboro restaurant said this morning, Oct. 23.

The new Austin Landing location is expected to open the week of Nov. 11, although the precise date has not been set, the Buffalo Wild Wings employee said.

Workers were busy at the new Austin Landing location this morning, Oct. 23. Stacked outside the entrance were several cartons containing furniture destined for the restaurant.

We are working to get more information about the relocation and the new Austin Landing restaurant, and will update this story with any new details.

Credit: Mark Fisher

Credit: Mark Fisher

***ORIGINAL STORY (Aug. 20, 2019)***

Moves are in the works for the opening of a new Dayton-area location for a popular chain of restaurant/sports bar.

Buffalo Wild Wings is seeking to transfer its liquor permit from its Springboro location to a site it plans to open at Austin Landing in Miami Twp. later this year.

That move recently got a push from Miami Twp. trustees, who voted not to object to the permit transfer. The opening of the Austin Landing site at 10048 Landing Way, between Kohl’s and Kroger near the Ohio 741 entrance, is set to coincide with the closing of the Springboro restaurant at 774 N. Main St.

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The Springboro site is expected to remain opened through September and into October, officials said. On Monday, the chain closed its West Carrollton restaurant in an unrelated move.

Construction on the 6,657 square foot Miami Twp. restaurant began this spring. The site will include 970 square feet of outdoor patio space, and catering primarily to those staying in the complex’s hotels or apartments, officials have said.

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