Hutchins BBQ Feeds the First Responders Keeping North Texas Communities Safe


As a family-owned and operated establishment, Hutchins BBQ has always been dedicated to supporting its local communities. In addition to their regular philanthropic activities, Hutchins is giving back to the first responders who risk their lives to treat patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Starting this Thursday, in partnership with El Dorado Chevrolet, Hutchins BBQ McKinney will be providing Medical City McKinney with 400 staff meals per week.

In Frisco, Hutchins is showing appreciation for first responders by donating meals for officers and dispatchers of the Frisco Police Department. Additionally, both Hutchins BBQ locations continue to offer a free chopped beef sandwich, bag of chips and large drink to first responders, no purchase necessary.

Hutchins BBQ McKinney and Frisco are open for to-go orders, with call ahead curbside pickups at both locations as well as drive-through service at their McKinney location and a delivery option on Frisco orders of $150 or more. BBQ favorites and merchandise are also available for nationwide shipping via the Hutchins BBQ online shop.

Hutchins BBQ – McKinney
1301 North Tennessee Street
McKinney, TX 75069
(972) 548-2629

Hutchins BBQ – Frisco
9225 Preston Road
Frisco, TX 75033
(972) 377-2046
(972) 540-1920

About Hutchins BBQ
Founded by BBQ craftsman Roy Hutchins in 1978, Hutchins BBQ is a family-owned establishment that aims to provide a variety of the best, authentic Texas barbecue with attentive, friendly service to give guests the true definition of hometown dining. Recognized as one of the “50 Best BBQ Joints” by Texas Monthly, Hutchins BBQ is dedicated to cooking with care and having employees that provide incredible service. Today, Hutchins BBQ is operated by brothers, Tim, Tracy and Wes Hutchins and has locations in McKinney and Frisco. Visit to browse the new online store for barbecue favorites and Hutchins BBQ merchandise for your next occasion. Follow Hutchins BBQ on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for updates.


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2 responses to “Hutchins BBQ Feeds the First Responders Keeping North Texas Communities Safe

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  2. Nice post! I will definitely give the Hutchins BBQ a try!

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