5 Best Barbecue Joints in Wichita Falls
A few weeks ago, I asked who you thought had the best barbecue in town. Now that the votes have been counted, here are the Top 5.
Smokey Roadhouse BBQ is a custom 34 ft. food truck complete with a full commercial kitchen and an Ole Hickory CTO smoker. Based out of Wichita Falls, Smokey Roadhouse spreads the love across the area. Here’s their schedule: Mon. Burkburnett 11-6 Sheppard Rd, Tues. Bowie 11-6 Wise St, Wed. Wichita Falls 11-3 JJ’s Kell and McNeil, Thurs. 11-6 Henrietta Omega St.
Located at 1209 13th Street, Prines have been in business for 88 years, earning them the distinction of being Texas’ oldest major barbecue restaurant continuously owned by the same family.
Willie’s Place occupies the old Stanley’s #2 building at 3135 10th Street. They use 100% pure beef ordered fresh every morning and their vegetables are never frozen. In addition to their barbecue, Willie’s Place is known their specialty burgers, the “Wet Willie”, the “Big Willie” and the “Little Willie”.
Daddy Bob’s Smokewagon is a traveling food trailer that is based out of Graham. Daddy Bob’s has won several awards and was named one of Texas’ 38 best steakhouses by Texas Monthly in in 2007. The truck serves much of North Texas and is here in The Falls every Tuesday at the corner of Southwest Parkway and Kemp by Eskimo Hut.
A Wichita Falls standard, the Branding Iron has been in business for almost forty years. Get the barbecue voted best in town at the corner of Kell and E. Scott but leave your credit or debit card at home because the Branding Iron is cash only.