Buffalo Wild Wings is enhancing the guest experience and encouraging repeat patronage through the use of an interactive, in-restaurant gaming system, the chain said, and other operators are finding the technology key to building higher checks. The 700-unit Minneapolis-based Buffalo Wild Wings is one of many restaurateurs to provide out-of-home entertainment options, such as interactive gaming or special TV programming. That strategy is gaining some support from research that suggests that ...

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