Ever wonder what some of your favorite athletes favorite places to eat are? I always did growing up, when it came to the Bills and Sabres; and I always thought it was cool when they talked about everyday life in interviews, instead of the usual sports conversations.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen is pretty much the biggest star in Western New York these days. He's led the Bills to back-to-back playoff appearances for the first time in over 20 years and the first AFC East division title in 25 years. Allen followed that by leading the Bills to another AFC East title in 2021.

There is literally nobody bigger in Buffalo right now than Josh Allen.

So, what's Allen's favorite pizza and wings in Buffalo? While his favorite wings are nobody's surprise, the pizza might be (although I love this pizzeria).

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Josh told WIVB, towards the end of his second season with the Bills, that his favorite pizza is Ferro's Famous Pizza, located on Ridge Road in West Seneca.

Ferro's specializes in New York-style pizza, but they're always busy and I'm totally fine with that choice (I do love Ferro's, even though Buffalo-style is near and dear to my heart).

Allen said his favorite wings are Bar-Bill back in February, which is a common answer from locals as well.

His favorite flavor? According to Bills Wire, back in 2019, he admitted that he did in fact have a combo he loved.

“Bar-Bill would be my spot. The honey butter barbecue, Cajun style,” Allen said was his combo.


“Those wings are maybe the best wings I’ve ever had in my life and I’ve had a lot of wings,” Allen added.

Bar-Bill is honestly my pick for favorite wings as well, so can't go wrong there at all.

Seriously, Buffalo's food scene is the best.

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