$15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue and Drinks at Blues Bar

Mount Prospect

90% of 1,253 customers

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In a Nutshell

Homemade sauces smother house-smoked beef brisket, pulled pork, and chicken wings, paired with 70+ craft beers

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 6th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible for all sales and delivery of alcohol. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master's touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy the Picassos of the pit with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue and Drinks

The menu launches meals with smoked chicken wings ($8.50 for 12) before moving on to house-smoked pulled-pork sandwiches, which soak up bourbon-, sweet-and-sticky, or mango-habanero-barbecue sauce ($8). Entrees of sliced-to-order beef brisket come with two sides ($13) such as baked beans and honey-chipotle cornbread. Wash down barbecue bites with a huge selection of more than 70 craft beers, such as Three Floyds Gumballhead ($6.50) and Founders Red's Rye ($5).

Blues Bar

When paired with blues chords, the smell of barbecue sauce transcends the normal sensory experience. Housemade dry rubs and sauces sink into slabs of brisket and pork with the weight of a singer’s broken heart as the meat smokes slowly over a mix of hickory and applewood chips. Blues Bar masters this ethereal combination of soulful sounds and soul food, coupling weekends of live music with saucy ribs and sides of honey-chipotle corn bread and homemade fries. Inside the lofted dining room, tables look down onto the bar and its 16'x9' screen that plays live sporting events. The blues joint’s decor pays tongue-in-cheek tribute to Chicago icons the Blues Brothers with a larger-than-life mural of the smart-suited duo and a full-sized vintage squad car in which John Belushi’s hat was once arrested for armed robbery.

Blue's Bar

When paired with blues chords, the smell of barbecue sauce transcends the normal sensory experience. Housemade dry rubs and sauces sink into smoked brisket, turkey, pulled pork, baby back ribs as the meat smokes slowly over a mix of hickory and applewood chips. Blues Bar masters this ethereal combination of soulful sounds and soul food, coupling weekends of live music with saucy ribs and sides of honey-chipotle corn bread and homemade fries. Inside the lofted dining room, tables look down onto the bar and its 24 HDTV screens that play live sporting events. Also you can find well over 75 plus craft bottled beers and 20 continually rotated draft craft beers. The blues joint’s decor pays tongue-in-cheek tribute to Chicago icons the Blues Brothers with a larger-than-life mural of the smart-suited duo and a full-sized vintage squad car in which John Belushi’s hat was once arrested for armed robbery.


Reviews

I can't get enough of the wings though. Not only has a good smokey taste but also covered in very good house sauces.

Nick F., Yelp, 6/28/12

This place has a lot going on... Not only does this joint serve good food, it's an amazing venue for live music too

Rob L., Yelp, 5/20/12

Tips

90% of 1,253 customers

  • “Good food, good drink selection at reasonable price”

  • “Buy a full slab of ribs they are huge and worth it especially using a Groupon. Nice people good service good bands on weekends and $3 Miller High Life too.What more...”

    “Buy a full slab of ribs they are huge and worth it especially using a Groupon. Nice people good service good bands on weekends and $3 Miller High Life too.What more to make a pleasant outing.”

  • “Good beer and decent food.”

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    Mount Prospect

    2 W Busse Ave.

    Mount Prospect, Illinois 60056

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