Buffalo Wild Wings'
Second-quarter net income grew 16.4%, to $10.7 million, or $0.58 per share. Buffalo Wild Wings' total sales rose an impressive 26.4%, to $184.1 million. Same-store sales increased 5.9% at company-owned stores and 2.7% at franchised locations.
Buffalo Wild Wings' missed analysts' expectations by $0.02 per share, but let's face it: The company's hanging in there pretty darn well, relative to a selection of other casual dining chains.
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The dining industry faces its share of negative headwinds as the U.S. economy's growth slows. Huge companies like Cisco
A reasonably priced stock stalwart like McDonald's
- Put Buffalo Wild Wings on your watchlist.