Buffalo Brothers

Buffalo Brothers Returns to Cary

Story originally appeared on FoodCary.

Cary, NC – After starting Buffalo Brothers Pizza and Wing Co. in Cary and then selling the location to focus on other North Carolina stores, Buffalo Brothers is returning to Cary, now with 15 years’ additional experience.

Buffalo Brothers

Return to Cary

Buffalo Brothers Pizza and Wing Co. is reopening in Cary in Saltbox Village on Kildaire Farm Road. Owner and managing partner Matthew Boyd said he and his business partner had previous experience with pizza in their home town in upstate New York. When they visited a friend going to school in North Carolina, they fell in love with the area and decided to open a pizza and wing restaurant of their own here, first opening their doors in 2003 and then expanding to a new store in Raleigh in 2004.

“When Capital Boulevard became available, we jumped on it. We had no money but we begged and pleaded and shoe-stringed to get it,” Boyd said. “It became obvious that was the direction we wanted to go.”

When Boyd’s business partner moved back to the Buffalo, New York area to work on another restaurant, the Buffalo Brothers in Cary had to close while they focused on other ventures. Now, Buffalo Brothers has four locations in North Carolina, not counting their return to Cary in May 2018.

“The Cary store started everything and we lost that part of us,” Boyd said. “Now, we’re shocked people are coming back and remember us when we were here.”

To people who remember Buffalo Brothers from the 2000s, Boyd said they will notice the team has evolved since those old days.

“We’ve evolved from two people who just understood pizza and delivery to now understanding a full service restaurant,” Boyd said. “We’ve learned service, price, value. That’s not something you know as a rookie.”

Buffalo Brothers Pizza and Wing Co. is located at 1289 Kildaire Farm Rd.

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Story by Michael Papich. Photos courtesy of Buffalo Brothers Pizza and Wing Co.

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2 replies
  1. Len Nieman
    Len Nieman says:

    Good food, good service. Same problem with limited parking ‘Outback’ had before they moved to Walnut St.

    Reply
  2. Brent
    Brent says:

    Went to BB tonight, thanks to this CaryCitizen article. Great wings, good pizza. Ran into Mayor Weinbrecht and his wife Belinda there — they enjoyed it too.

    Reply

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