Buffalo is the only word that, without conjugation, represents all major parts of speech: noun, proper noun, verb, and sauce. Ace ambrosial English exams with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 of wings, burgers, and other pub fare at Buffalo's Bar and Grill, with two locations in Greensboro (Battleground Avenue and High Point Road) and one in Burlington.
Slinging millions of multifarious wings per year, the scholars of sauce at Buffalo's Bar and Grill have demarcated no less than 20 subspecies of chicken-based spice carrier, well beyond the usual choices of mild, hot, and flapping. Depending on stomach size or sheer willpower, piquant pathfinders can get wing-portions of six ($5.49), 12 ($10.59), 18 ($15.99), or 24 ($20.99). Besides exotic fowl flavorings, such as lemon pepper or garlic teriyaki, the menu features the delicious Down South chili burger ($8.69), and the unreasonably unctuous Potachos, home-fried chips smothered in onions and cheese, and spotted with jalapeños and bits of bacon ($7.29).