Why is Hutchins BBQ in McKinney closed?
It’s not the first time the McKinney location has suffered a fire. One in June 2012 closed the restaurant for five months. “The Hutchins family is forever grateful to the firefighters who have helped prevent injuries and further destruction from those fires,” a statement from the restaurant said.
Which Hutchins BBQ is the best?
Hutchins BBQ fave #1 – Prime Brisket Hutchins BBQ brisket is priced by weight, around $26-30 per pound. Get a side of fried okra, mac and cheese, or a “Texas Twinkie” (a jalapeño stuffed with brisket & cream cheese, wrapped in premium thick cut bacon) and you’re good as gold.
Did Hutchins BBQ in McKinney reopen?
Hutchins BBQ has finally reopened in McKinney, with a familiar new pitmaster.
What is the oldest BBQ restaurant in Texas?
Patillo’s Bar-B-Q in Beaumont, Texas opened in 1912, making it the oldest family-run barbecue business in the state. Patillo’s owner Robert Patillo discusses the establishment’s staying power and its local charm.
When did Hutchins burn down?
Hutchins BBQ is temporarily closed after experiencing a fire Dec. 31 at the rear of its building, located at 1301 N. Tennessee St., McKinney.
Who owns Hutchins BBQ?
Roy Hutchins started his family in the barbecue business in 1978 with a tiny smokehouse in Princeton, Texas. Since then his sons have been involved in running multiple barbecue joints across North Texas, and his youngest son Tim took over the flagship Hutchins BBQ in McKinney in 2005.
What kind of wood does Hutchins BBQ use?
All our pits are all 100 percent wood-fired, and we use pecan and post oak.” Hutchins BBQ is definitely earning a name of its own.
Where is John Mueller?
John Mueller, the legendary barbecue maverick and scion of one of Texas’ great barbecue families, died this week at his home in Frisco. He was 52. Mueller’s family did not disclose the cause of death but attributed it to a “medical issue.”
Which city in Texas has the best BBQ?
Austin, Texas Best known for music and barbecue, Austin is a can’t-miss on the barbecue trail. From fine-dining to truck stop, every smoker adds their own spin and style to the traditional sweet and tangy tomato-based sauce.
What is the barbecue capital of Texas?
The Texas Legislature, first the House of Representatives in the Spring of 1999, then in the Fall of 2003, the Senate passed a resolution proclaiming Lockhart to be The Barbecue Capital of Texas. Located at 215 N. Main Street is internationally known and was established in 1932.
When did Hutchins Frisco Open?
Since 1978, Hutchins has been the place all BBQ lovers come together to share a great meal.