Former Buffalo Wild Wings Cook Sues Restaurant for Race and Age Discrimination

Maria Perez
May 24, 2019 - 5:00

A former Buffalo Wild Wings employee has filed a lawsuit against one of the company’s chain restaurants in Kansas for making derogatory comments about Black customers and allowing employees to give them poor service.Gary Lovelace, a former cook at a Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) in Overland Park, Kansas, filed a suit in US District Court in Kansas on Monday, May 20. Lovelace is suing BWW and its parent company, Inspire Brands, for being a “racially hostile work environment,” according to the lawsuit viewed by The North Star. The lawsuit states that Lovelace, 55, had worked at the Buffalo Wild...

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