Anchor Bar & Restaurant, the bar that invented Buffalo Wings will open to the public for the first time on the evening of Monday, October 18 in Round Rock’s La Frontera shopping center. Initially, as the restaurant continues to staff up during the soft opening period, they will be open for limited hours and days of the week. Follow the restaurant’s Facebook page for updates. Anchor Bar is currently hiring servers, managers, line cooks, hosts, cashiers, and dish washers. Candidates can send a message through Facebook or email them at: email@example.com
Anchor Bar & Restaurant – Round Rock, TX, operated by a local franchisee, is housed in the building that was formerly Logan’s Roadhouse at 2702 Parker Drive.
How Anchor Bar invented Buffalo Wings
On a Friday night in 1964, in an effort to feed hungry patrons in a pinch, the Anchor’s owners deep fried chicken wings and flavored them with a secret sauce. According to Anchor Bar’s website, the Buffalo Wings, made from a part of the chicken that usually went into the stock pot for soup, were an instant hit. From that evening on, Buffalo Wings became a regular part of the menu at the Anchor Bar.
Images by Anchor Bar – Round Rock, TX
Caption: Lifetime Longhorn and former Buffalo Bills player Aaron Williams stopped by the restaurant in September.