Wing Barn closes dining rooms in response to COVID-19

In this file photo, Romeo Gonzalez, 20, takes a curbside order at Wing Barn in Harlingen located at Stuart Place Rd. Elsa Cavazos/Valley Morning Star

Wing Barn has announced it will close dining rooms on Wednesday. They will continue to serve guests through curbside and delivery until further notice.

“We want to keep our team and the community safe. It’s the right thing to do,” said Bobby Saenz, Wing Barn president. “The situation in the RGV is changing rapidly and we feel a responsibility to protect our team members, our customers and the RGV community.”

Wing Barn asks that the community continue to support their local, family-owned restaurant. “This decision is a tough one to make,” said Saenz. “It will affect our business and our 200 team members economically. However, we couldn’t put business over the safety, health and well being of our team members, their families and the community at large.”

Wing Barn will continue to provide their food through curbside and delivery. Guests are able to order online at, or via phone. Store hours will also be adjusted from 11: a.m. to 10 .p.m. at all locations.

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