Duff's sells 400,000 wings for the Super Bowl

Posted at 8:15 PM, Feb 07, 2016

It doesn't matter where you go, or where the Super Bowl is played each year, it always has some Buffalo flavor.

Duff's Wings in Cheektowaga says business usually peaks at Super Bowl time each year. Owner Kirk Feather says a lot of people want to taste the mouth-watering wings or get some famous Buffalo sauce.

"People just want a taste of Buffalo for the Super Bowl and what a great way to do it with wings from Buffalo," Feather said.

He says they're also shipping orders across the country. "People do that year-round--ship wings," he said. "It peaks at Super Bowl time."

The Cheektowaga location is not only famous for wings, President Obama made a stop to see what all the fuss is about a while back in Buffalo in 2010. It's no wonder these wings will be on so many party platters during the big game.

Duff's says between all of its locations, it sells between 65,000 and 75,000 pounds of wings just during this week alone. That is 400,000 wings during Super Bowl week.