I've been to other Wild Wing locations, and absolutely love their variety and selection of flavors when it comes to their wings, but this location has to have the absolute worse of everything.
FOOD: The food was mediocre at it's best. I ordered my favorite flavor of wings (Dill-licious Honey - honey garlic with dill) and was disappointed when the server came and gave me 'Honey BBQ' (honey garlic with bbq sauce) instead. So I informed them of the error that they made, which the server immediately took the order back and apologized. No harm done right? Wrong! She came back to apologize and informed me that the chef was fixing my order, and I should have it back shortly. She brought my 'new' order back within minutes, covered with dill sauce. It looked suspicious to me, as I had been to other locations before and I don't recall them using so much dill. Much to my surprise as I bit into one of the wings, I realized that they gave me back the same order, covered with dill sauce, hoping that I wouldn't taste the BBQ sauce that was already on there. I was so disappointed that I just ate most of the order and vowed never to step foot in there again.
SERVICE: Mediocre at it's best. Stood at the front counter for at least 3 minutes before anyone even acknowledged that I was there. When the server came to greet me from the BACK of the restaurant, she asked me how many (we were two) and told us we could sit anywhere. If that was the point in case, why not just have a sign up?
VALUE: Not bad for your money. The bill came up to $35 for an appetizer and two pounds of wings plus non-alcoholic drinks. That's obviously without a tip.
AMBIANCE: Not impressed. Since it is a chain of restaurants, they all look the same. This location was smaller than the other ones I had been to, the bar takes up most of the restaurant. Felt ignored for most of the meal until it was time to pay.