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Come Savor Our Flavorful BBQ in Wichita Falls, TX

The big, bold flavors will have you coming back for more


Our BBQ’s guaranteed to please. Ask anyone who’s been here and tried it. You can get your BBQ to go or chow down right here in the shop! Take your pick of:
  • Pulled pork
  • Brisket
  • Smoked chicken
  • Ribs
Got a cookout planned? Bringing food to a potluck? Just feel like eating something different for dinner? Whatever your reason, we’re happy to serve you.

Stop in to experience our delicious BBQ in Wichita Falls, TX.

Get your BBQ the way you want it


Have you ever had BBQ that wasn’t cooked just right? Maybe it had too much seasoning or was too dry. We know that kind of thing can ruin your meal, and your mood. We can cook our BBQ the way you want it. Just call ahead to tell us how you want it smoked and seasoned, and we’ll have it ready for you to pick up.

Call us to find out more about our BBQ at Red Barn Butchers, LLC. Or come on in and try it! You’ll be glad you did.

4 Forks Review from the Times and Record News

Lunch Bunch Review

Lunch Bunch Review

Times Record News, Wichita Falls, TX

Not blowing smoke: Red Barn Butchers a treat
Wichita Published 12:00 a.m. CT Oct. 6, 2017
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What: Red Barn Butchers

Where: 3909 Kell Blvd.

When: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Sunday.

Contact: (940) 224-6328

Grade: 4 forks



Last week my Lunch Bunch Buddy and I got yet another great lead on a local eatery via Facebook. While this place has been around for a while, it’s not a conventional restaurant, nor did my buddy and I know they even served food. But once we got the hint, we headed down to Red Barn Butchers to try out their lunch specials.

Located near Planet Fitness, Red Barn is most well known for, obviously, their meats. My buddy and I weren’t sure what to expect when we arrived, but we trudged along with abandon. We parked in front of the store and headed inside.

Red Barn’s interior looks exactly like one would expect: a butcher’s shop. A meat counter takes up the better part of two walls, while a third wall was adorned with shelves of meat-related goodies. In the corner, however, sat about three folding card tables full of customers.

My buddy and I approached the counter and said we’d like some lunch, and the sweet girl behind the counter invited us to the cash register and asked what kind of meat we’d like, followed by our choice of two sides, then whether or not we’d like a drink.

After hearing the day’s options, my buddy decided on the chopped brisket sandwich, and I picked the smoked chicken. We both ordered baked beans and macaroni salad as our sides. I asked for spicy barbecue sauce, while my buddy got regular.

While the card tables in the corner being full boded well for our meals, it unfortunately left us without a place to sit and eat. Once our food was ready we took it back to the office and prepared to dig in.

Red Barn’s portions are crazy! The styrofoam to-go container’s two smaller squares were filled with the sides, while the rest barely contained my huge smoked chicken -- carefully tucked in with some pickles and onions. I immediately knew this was going to be my next day’s lunch, as well.

For starters, the sides were delicious. The macaroni salad was palatable -- my buddy noted that it could’ve had a little less sauce, but it was still good. The baked beans, however, were perhaps the best my buddy or I have ever tasted. They were big and so full of smoky flavor. I would recommend these to anyone.

My chicken was deliciously smoky, as well. I could easily pull the pieces apart with my hands -- the meat almost fell off the bone. Even the next day, this meat was still flavorful.

The chicken plate at Red Barn Butchers chicken was
The chicken plate at Red Barn Butchers chicken was deliciously smoky and the meat almost fell off the bone. The sides, including the macaroni salad, were delicious as well. (Photo: Courtesy)
If the saying holds true that a good sandwich falls apart, then my buddy’s chopped brisket sandwich ranks up there among the best of them. My buddy couldn’t have picked up this monster if he wanted to. Attacking it with a fork, he ate almost every bit of that meat. The bread, tragically, didn’t survive the endeavor -- it practically dissolved under the juicy meat.

The total bill, for both of us, was $12.99. That's definitely hard to beat.

Overall, Red Barn’s lunch is a wonderful, well-kept secret. The portions are huge, the food delicious, and the prices ridiculously low for what you get. Maybe after this review, if enough people stop for lunch, they’ll have to invest in some more tables and chairs. Regardless, we recommend stopping by. It’s four forks for Red Barn Butchers.