About Buffalo West
Buffalo West is a destination restaurant known for its prime rib, steaks, and upscale comfort food. At Buffalo west you’ll enjoy a dining experience that’s comfortable, casual, and relaxing.
The beef at Buffalo West comes from 44 Farms, a local area ranch known for producing the finest steaks and recognized as one of the premier Black Angus producers in the country. 44 Farms is a working ranch, not a factory. They manage for sustainability by emphasizing livestock health and responsible pasture management. This improves the cattle in order to create superior beef for your table.
Along with great food, Buffalo West features an outstanding indoor/outdoor patio perfect for year-round dining and listening to local musicians playing on the stage or at the piano.
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About Buffalo West's Owner
McKinney admits there is a tough learning curve in the restaurant business and they have made their share of mistakes, but they are on the right track and moving forward. The food is superb and the service is awesome. They are very proud of their staff. Everyday new customers are dining there and the repeat customers love it and bring in more friends to try it out. Managing Partner, Chris Piekarski and McKinney work well together developing a corporate culture based on the “Golden Rule.”
About Buffalo West's Managing Partner
In 1993 he joined a restaurant group in Canton, OH called “The Stables Hall of Fame Grill” which was located directly next door to the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame. It was a huge success and Chris worked closely with the NFL, ESPN Sports, CBS, NBC FOX and ABC sports for events and special parties and hosted many dignitaries and NFL officials from all over the United States and the world. In addition to this, he was instrumental in helping develop the Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant chain which was then located in Akron/Kent Ohio. He helped develop the layout for the TVs, DirecTV, internet and interactive gaming which is what Buffalo Wild Wings looks like today. Chris returned to Dallas in 2011 to continue his career in the restaurant business.