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So here's what I imagine happened:
There was an abandoned restaurant right beside Lionel Groulx. Prime realestate. Some down-on-their-luck young guys decided to break in, and upon finding the machinery still functional, decided to take over the restaurant rather than continue selling second hand tickets outside of festivals.
Upon taking charge of the restaurant, a no-waste policy was prioritized. All of that produce from the 80's when this restaurant closed? Still good. The chicken you're getting today is the same chicken your parents bought 35 years ago. Tradition is at the heart of buffalo bills.
The no-waste policy is also featured in their restrooms, where laundry caps served radioactive soap to unsuspecting users (I say unexpected, because there is little to no working lights in the bathroom. You can only see because the doors strategically don't fully close).
Their Buffalo burger? Here's where we stray from tradition, because there's actually no buffalo sauce in it. It's basically a slipper between two translucent buns.
I got exactly what I expected upon entering this restaurant, so there are no regrets. Buffalo bill lives up to its appearance in full. If you're not happy with it, it was your mistake.