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Wright's Barbecue has settled into it's Johnson store front and is expanding store hours Jan. 22, co-owner Jordan Wright said.

The move from food truck to store came almost two years after Wright and his wife, Amber, began their business in 2016. The move was official last October.

Now, Wright's Barbecue has expanded to include Wright's Bake House, both operating out of the 2212 Main Drive location.

"I love good food and want to impact their culinary experience here," Wright said.

A baker and pastry specialist were brought on to produce pies and cinnamon rolls, as well as cookies and rolls that come as a side to Wright's Barbecue meals.

"We do a Texas pit from Moberg Smokers," Wright said. "Someone is managing the fire 24 hours a day until we close Saturday night, tending to brisket and minding the meat."

Come Jan. 22, Wright's Barbecue will be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The Wright's food truck will stay in operation, attending community events and corporate-style parties.

NW News on 01/19/2018

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