~ASKS FOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT~ Brownsville, TX (April 12, 2021) –– Local Rio Grande Valley (RGV) restaurant, Wing Barn, is alerting the community about a national chicken wing shortage being experienced across the USA, including in the RGV. They are asking the community for support. “We wanted to let the community know that there is a […]
Updated February 2, 2021 Our highest priority is the health and wellbeing of our Team Members and Guests. At Wing Barn, we have implemented strict COVID-19 response protocols, which include: Disinfecting and sanitizing Reporting the incident to the Department of Health Alerting any directly effected employee(s) at the location Encouraging any employee that identifies him/herself […]
Local RGV Restaurant – Wing Barn – will not open dining rooms at 25 percent capacity – will continue to offer curbside to-go service only
Local Rio Grande Valley (RGV) restaurant, Wing Barn will not open Friday, May 1, despite Texas Gov. Greg Abbot’s permission to operate restaurants at a 25% capacity. They will continue to offer curbside pick up, to-go, and delivery service.
Here at Wing Barn we consider you a part of our family. Like you, we are deeply concerned and want to do everything we can to help keep our families and the RGV community safe.
Wing Barn is a locally owned, family business that opened in Brownsville, TX, in 2010. Since then, Wing Barn has opened seven locations across the Rio Grande Valley, including in: Olmito, McAllen, Harlingen and Edinburg. Wing Barn prides itself on being a local, family-owned and operated restaurant that offers hand made food.
Wing Barn, which opened its first location in 2010 in Brownsville, has been named one of the “Top 25 Best Places for Chicken Wings in Texas” by travel website Big 7 Travel.