Barbecue is a distinctly American art form, much like jazz music and feigning an understanding of jazz music. Discuss the smoky notes with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for three-piece combo plates for two (up to a $19.16 total value)
- $18 for three-piece combo plates for four (up to a $38.32 total value)
Each diner can enjoy one of three combo plates (up to a $9.58 value each): a rib combo featuring three rib bones slathered in a choice of barbecue sauce, the original barbeque chicken plate, or the barbeque-fried baked chicken plate with three pieces glazed in a sweet sauce. Each meal includes two homemade sides, such as fresh-cut fries, potato salad, or mac and cheese.
In the culinary world, “angry” is often used to denote a dish with a lot of spice. At Angry Barbeque, the translation is a bit more literal. After returning from Afghanistan, combat veteran Mark Albert was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, but instead of letting his anger and anxieties overtake him, he decided to pour his emotions into something positive: cooking. He discovered a passion for barbeque and the hobby proved so therapeutic that he decided to delve into it full time, and thus Angry Barbeque was born.
Today, Mark churns out barbecue, sides, and desserts, all made completely from scratch. He begins with a 72-hour marinade—a different combination of flavors for each dish—before smoking the meat and finishing it off on the grill. Customers can enjoy his “slap yo momma good” ribs with housemade sides, such as potato salad or mac and cheese. Or, they can opt for one of his decadent chicken dishes: classic barbecue chicken is slathered in a choice of sweet or angry sauce, while barbecue-fried baked chicken combines the sweet, saucy flavor of a barbecued bird with the crispy crunch of fried chicken. Though chicken and ribs are the bread and butter of his operation, Mark also offers pulled-pork and fried-catfish sandwiches, and the kitchen churns out strawberry and chocolate-chip cheesecakes for an ending sweeter than the time Tom and Jerry finally hugged it out.