Town of Babylon Supervisor Rich Schaffer, Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez, and Town Clerk Carol Quirk recently visited the North Babylon Buffalo Wild Wings located on Deer Park Avenue to celebrate its grand re-opening after an extensive refurbish of the entire restaurant. The North Babylon BWW, at its location for seven years, has a new, fresh and open concept eating area with a large bar adorned with flat screen TVs, comfortable booths and tables for large parties. Buffalo Wild Wings is a casual American restaurant and sports bar, co-founded by two college students in 1982. This popular location has over 70 employees serving its famous boneless and traditional wings, nachos, burgers, wraps and sandwiches. They are open seven days a week and offer an extensive take-out menu featuring its specialty wings.
Supervisor Schaffer presented the restaurant with an official Certificate of Special Recognition and wished the managers and employees success going forward.
Pictured from left to right are BWW Host John Carty, Susie Bolz, BWW Server Nicolle Leitke, Community Representative from Assemblywoman Kimberly Jean-Pierre’s office Lasheca Lewis, Deputy Supervisor Martinez, Clerk Quirk, BWW Head Manager Joseph Fenton, Lily and Kingston Williams (children of North Babylon Chamber of Commerce Vice President Ryan Williams), BWW Mascot Blazin’ Bill, North Babylon Chamber of Commerce Liaison Terence McSweeney, and Supervisor Schaffer.