Buffalo Wild Wings on the move in Buckhead.
Minneapolis, Minnesota-based Buffalo Wild Wings has closed its location at Lenox Marketplace in Buckhead. The roughly 5200 square foot Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant opened at the center in 2009 in a space that was previously Ali-Oli, a trendy Mediterranean & Italian eatery.
According to signage on the space, the restaurant closed effective Monday April 21st, and will reopen "soon" at their new location.
As I mentioned earlier this month, Buffalo Wild Wings will be moving to 2200 Peachtree Road, about 3.5 miles away, in South Buckhead. The freestanding restaurant space was for 14 years home to Justin's restaurant, an establishment owned by P. Diddy, but has been vacant since mid 2012.
Buffalo Wild Wings at Lenox Marketplace was already pretty well cleared out by Friday afternoon. While I was unable to confirm this, it's my belief that the Buffalo space will be joined with the remaining 7,700+/- square feet left from the new Neiman Marcus Last Call Studio, and be made available as a single store.