50-Cent Wings Now at Wing Barn


50-Cent Wings Now at Wing Barn

Wing Barn's offers chicken wings coated with one of 18 sauces created by the owners. (VBR)
Wing Barn’s offers chicken wings coated with one of 18 sauces created by the owners. (VBR)

The Local Rio Grande Valley’s own Wing Barn restaurant is now offering all wings for 50 cents each until things are back to ‘normal’. This includes both bone-in and boneless.

The local family restaurant most recently received accolades from Big 7 Travel one of the “Top 25 Best Places for Chicken Wings in Texas” and is also featured in the April 2020 edition of VBR.

“We know things are changing and that families are adjusting and coming together,” says Bobby Saenz, Brownsville resident and Wing Barn CEO. “We want to help, we want to help our dedicated team members by staying open; and we want to help our community by offering families delicious and affordable meal options. Offering 50-cent wings is a small gesture, but it’s what we can do to help.”

“We are a family business,” says co-owner and head chef Daniel Pompa. “We see and feel our community scared and suffering and we as restaurant owners feel the same way. We want to step up for the community, and to be honest, we need the community to step up for us, and for all restaurants in the RGV.”

Takeout, curbside and delivery

In response to COVID-19, Wing Barn complied with closing the dine-in option. It now offers takeout, curbside and delivery (via FAVOR).  Also, customers have the option to order online at www.TheWingBarn.com and through the Wing Barn app.

“It’s an uncertain time for many businesses and families in the RGV, but by adapting and sticking together we will all endure and see the light on the other side,” says Saenz.

Wing Barn has seven locations across the Rio Grande Valley, including Olmito, McAllen, Harlingen and Edinburg.