Abandon hope, all ye who venture above "hot." Born in Kent and originally known as Buffalo Wild Wings and Weck (or BW-3; "Bedub's" to aficionados), this franchise restores truth in advertising when it comes to the spiciness gradient found at so many similar establishments. "Wild" is truly painful, and "Blazin'" is so harsh, it should be banned by the Geneva Convention. Luckily, there's plenty of beer to extinguish the flames and big-screen TVs to distract you from your tongue torment. For those curious about the mysterious "weck": It's a kaiser roll coated with salt and caraway seeds.