HARRISONBURG, Va. Buffalo Wild Wings, on South Main Street, is discussing plans to move.
Managers at the restaurant said they do not know an exact moving date or location, but said the move needs to happen soon.
Currently, the Buffalo Wild Wings, right across the street from James Madison University, only has 17 parking spots, while most Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants have over 100 spots.
Owners said, parking is the major reason for the move.
Erick Zaldivar grew up in Harrisonburg and has been going to Buffalo Wild Wings since grade school, creating plenty of memories.
"I actually had my first beer at Buffalo Wild Wings, at the bar. Seeing the really old rustic paintings on the side, I'll be sad to see that go," said Zaldivar.
Mark Schulte, the general manager of Buffalo Wild Wings, said they are confident this move will bring them more customers.
"It is not big enough and the parking isn't sufficient. So, we take care of those two problems and the problem is solved," said Schulte.
Whitney Wilkins, a student at James Madison University, knows how difficult it can be to find a parking spot.
"A lot of times if you come in the evenings there is no parking. There is no parking in either Buffalo Wild Wings parking lots," said Wilkins.
The thought of moving has customers cheering about having enough parking to enjoy one of their favorite restaurants.
"Everyone has known they needed a new location, so it will obviously be bittersweet to see an old familiar place move. But, I guess we can create new memories at the new location," said Zaldivar.
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