$10 for $20 Worth of Barbecue at Dirt Road Cookers
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Road-tested barbecue chefs serve up tender beef brisket, hearty pork ribs, and chicken slathered in housemade sauce
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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.
$10 for $20 Worth of Barbecue
Pulled pork, ribs, and tender brisket are only part of Dirt Road Cookers’ tantalizing menu of barbecue cuisine. A basket of barbecue chicken comes with a choice of two sides ($7.50), and the sampler basket mingles a bit of everything ($9.50). Other options include juicy sandwiches ($4.25–$6.25) and bulk meats starting at $6.50 per half pound.
Dirt Road Cookers
Brian, DR, and Lee at Dirt Road Cookers are a tight-knit gang of old-fashioned sausage-smokers and brisket-wranglers, and they have the cowboy hats to prove it. Now, within the trio’s shrine to all things sauce-slathered, customers dine on a menu tangy barbecue chicken, tender pork ribs, and spicy housemade sausage paired with summertime mainstays including potato salad, baked beans, and coleslaw. In addition to helping them hone their barbecuing chops, their years behind the smoker also taught them the value of efficient eating; all of their eats are available for munching on the premises or in handy to-go orders.
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