In 1978 Roy Hutchins opened a 900 square foot roadside smokehouse on HWY 380 in Princeton Texas near McKinney. It was called Roy’s Smokehouse. With Roy and his Wife’s hard work and passion for making great BBQ they were able to make a great name for themselves in the McKinney area.
In 1991 the demand for Roy’s BBQ was growing rapidly and they were able to expand into a much larger space in McKinney. What also grew in the Hutchins household were 3 sons who were ready to carry on the family tradition of delivering great BBQ to hungry Texans that came to the restaurant. Next thing you know there was another restaurant that opened under the name of Hutchins BBQ and Catfish. This move proved once again that Hutchins BBQ was making a great name for itself.
The next Hutchins BBQ opened in Frisco Texas in 1994. Little did they know but a frequent customer over the years Hall of fame Dallas Cowboy Randy White loved their BBQ so much that he not only became great friends of the family but in 2001 he agreed to let the Hutchins change the name to Randy Whites (Hall of Fame BBQ) since then the BBQ continues to get better and the business continues to grow. Tracy and Nicole Hutchins continue to own and operate the Frisco location at the corner of Preston and Main. Randy along with several other past and present Dallas Cowboys continue to come in, visit with customers, and enjoy great BBQ. So come on in you never know who might be eating next to you!
About Randy White:
Randy played for the Dallas Cowboys his entire professional football career. He was born and raised in Pennsylvania and played college football for the University of Maryland.
Randy White won the Outland Trophy, Lombardi Award, ACC player of the year and All American College Awards (1974)
He was the number 1 draft pick in 1975 and was chosen by the Dallas Cowboys to play Defensive Tackle.
In 14 seasons he only missed one game!
- 9 Time Pro Bowl Selection
- 8 Time All Pro
- Super Bowl CO-MVP (XII)
- NFC Defensive Player of the Year (1978)
- NFL Defensive Lineman of the Year (1982)
- Super Bowl Trophy (XII)
- Won 3 NFC Titles
- Won 5 Divisional Titles
- Inducted into Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor (1994)
- Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame (1994)
- This is where we get the slogan (Hall of Fame BBQ)
Randy White is considered one of the greatest defensive players to ever step on a football field.