Buffalo Bills Player Drops In For Lunch at Bar-Bill Tavern
The Buffalo Bills don't have to be at training camp until the end of July, which means they have roughly 11 weeks left in the off-season.
While that means the Bills have plenty of off-time, they do have off-season workouts at One Bills Drive. Rookie minicamp will be next week and the mandatory minicamp will be held June 13-15. Bills players will be gradually making their way into Western New York more often, as the 2023 campaign gets closer.
One of the newest Buffalo Bills players is wide receiver Deonte Harty, who signed with the Bills back in March when free agency opened.
Harty went to Bar-Bill for the first time last Thursday evening, which was the Clarence location. He tried many kinds of wings and even some pizza logs.
Yesterday, Bar-Bill Tavern in East Aurora shared a photo of another Bills player showing up for some wings during lunch.
Edge rusher A.J. Epenesa stopped by Bar-Bill.
It's so cool that Bills players go to the places that locals in Western New York love the most. Bar-Bill is a tradition for wings in Buffalo and it's part of the experience to drive out to East Aurora and eat at the original location.
You put your name in and then enjoy the nearby bars before having some chicken wings or beef on weck at Western New York.
Buffalo Sabres players have their favorite spots as well, mostly downtown, since that's where they play their games.
Next time you go to Bar-Bill, you may see a celebrity.