$16 for $32 Worth of Southern-Style Barbecue and Comfort Food at 9 South Chargrill

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Award-winning neighborhood grill slings Memphis-style pulled-pork sandwiches, certified Angus beef steaks and burgers, and pasta dishes

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Expires May 15th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 $16 voucher per visit. Not valid until 11/20/12. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Cannot be combined or used with any other offers or discounts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Barbecue sauce can make a good meal even better, as can good company and a waiter who rubs your throat as you chew. Chow down with this Groupon.

$16 for $32 Worth of Southern-Style Barbecue and Comfort Food, Split Between Two Visits

Groupon buyers receive two $16 vouchers to spend during two separate visits to 9 South Chargrill. There, the menu sates cavernous appetites with loaded potatoes carrying selections from eight available toppings, including asiago cheese, chipotle aioli, and pulled pork ($7.99), farm-cut pork ribs in a signature barbecue sauce ($14.99), and the Barn Yard burger with an over-medium egg, bacon, and american cheese ($8.45).

9 South Chargrill

Like the organizer of an eternal neighborhood picnic, 9 South Chargrill mixes together a bounty of Southern-style barbecue and comfort food with a homey ambiance created by red-painted brick walls and deep-navy tablecloths to draw friends together. This combination has worked on such devotees as Jeff Korbelik of the Lincoln Journal Star, prompting him to place the eatery atop his 2010 list of the Top 5 Neighborhood Restaurants, where he called it his "favorite out-of-the-way place." Although the chefs embrace homespun cooking by churning their signature barbecue sauce and chipotle aioli in-house, many of their entrees look beyond regional and national borders. Texas-size loaded potatoes, certified Angus steaks, and Memphis-style pulled-pork sandwiches feature a range of distinctively American flavors, but lighter continental alternatives, such as an Italian-inspired spinach fettuccine dish, spotlight the chopped tomatoes and fresh basil found in Old-World favorites and inventive toddlers' Easy Bake Ovens.