Wild Buffalo, the massive new "western-inspired steakhouse" opening this month in North Charleston, has thus far played its cards pretty close to its chest: A two-sentence restaurant description accompanying a grand opening announcement was notable mostly for the phrase "24-foot long salad bar."
From the looks of the opening menu, those salad fixings may be needed to counterbalance all of the meat that Wild Buffalo plans to serve. The menu lists half a dozen steaks; 10 burgers; a trio of chicken sandwiches and an array of wings with housemade sauces.
Rounding out the food list are fried onion straws; blackened steak bites; fried pickled green tomatoes; a chicken quesadilla; queso; chili; tortilla soup and French onion soup. On the potato front, there are fries; mashed potatoes and loaded potato skins.
The steaks are sold a la carte. Prices range from $13 for a 6-ounce sirloin to $27 for a 16-ounce rib eye.
"Note that this menu is likely to change over the next 90 days as the restaurant figures out what works best for their customers," spokesman Russell Powell says.
Located at 7832 Rivers Ave., the 13,000 square-foot Wild Buffalo plans to celebrate its grand opening on Wednesday at 5 p.m. Unfortunately, all that's currently on the restaurant's website is a nostril-flaring buffalo trophy.
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