Though charcoal drawing was once the dominant artistic medium in America, precious few masterworks survived the realization that those early portraits could be crumpled up and used to smoke delicious stacks of ribs. Honor forgotten artists with today’s Groupon to Big Barn Bar-B-Que in North Richland Hills. Choose from the following options:
For $16, you get a barbecue dinner for two (up to a $34.54 total value), which includes:
- Two two-meat plates with two sides (a $24.98 value)
- Two drinks (up to a $3.58 value)
- Two desserts (up to a $5.98 value)
For $32, you get a barbecue dinner for four (up to a $69.08 total value)
- Four two-meat plates with two sides (a $49.96 value)
- Four drinks (up to a $7.16 value)
- Four desserts (up to a $11.96 value)
For $48, you get a barbecue dinner for six (up to a $103.62 total value)
- Six two-meat plates with two sides (a $74.94 value)
- Six drinks (up to a $10.74 value)
- Six desserts (up to a $17.94 value)
Big Barn Bar-B-Que's specialty dry-rubbed and pecan-smoked meats stock hungry mouths with succulent tastes backed by a cavalcade of sides. The menu enumerates a choice of 10 different meats, including two-meat plates that pair together savory combinations of carnivorous fare such as a tender arrangement of chopped brisket, classic baby back ribs, or jalapeño-cheddar sausage. Sides such as coleslaw and potato salad celebrate refreshing, cooling textures, and crisp fried okra and onion rings tantalize taste buds more completely than PhD students learn the alphabet. As duos, quartets, or sextets revel in smoky delights and share tastes, iced teas, fountain drinks, and coffee anoint liquid intake apparatuses in preparation for a finishing course of just desserts—seasonal cobblers packing a palatable punch of fruits such as strawberry or peach and Mama's famous banana pudding, which reveals a union of fresh-blended bananas and crisp vanilla wafers.
On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, live music pours over eager listeners behind the inviting figure of the historical building, and rumors of a friendly ghost invite séances and the constant opening and closing of bathroom mirrors.