A POPULAR Wrexham-based food shed has confirmed the business will finally be expanding.

Jack Coeshott, 28, owner of the popular food stall 'Jack Yard BBQ' has confirmed the business will be moving to a new venue.

Currently operating from a food van situated in the Sun Inn carpark, Rhos, Wrexham, Jack has confirmed the business will be moving just across the road to the former Stanley Jones Butchers Hut on Hall Street.

The new venue will allow for better equipment which will improve both the quality and quantity of Jack's menu, as well as allowing him to able to improve opening hours.

Born and raised in Rhos, Jack said: "We are hoping to be in the shop by the end of March. We use Stanley Jones Butchers as our meat supplier on Onnen Fawr Farm so it's all locally sourced and is a ten-minute walk from where we are going to be moving to.

"The building has belonged to the butchers for over 70 years.

"I would like to refurbish the inside but keep a lot of the history so it isn't forgotten and all the people coming to the village can have a read."

After visiting America two-years ago, Jack was blown-away by their Texan-cuisine and various BBQ shacks. He took inspiration during his visit to ensure his business could be as authentic as possible.

Planning has been in the works since June 2023 and primarily required a change of cold food use to hot food.


Jack says all meat is grilled and locally sourced, not processed, making it a much healthier option.

As a qualified chef, Jack Yard BBQ offers smoked brisket, pork, chicken wings, spicy sausage, ribs and mixed-up specials every week - which are all hugely popular with customers.

Jack is also hoping to start a "cheap meals on wheels" to the elderly and more vulnerable residents around the area in the future.