$12 for Two $12 Groupons Good for Barbecue at Town Talk II

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Mesquite-grilled brisket, pulled pork, and ribs showered in tangy barbecue sauce along with creole fries and coleslaw

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Expires Jun 26th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. $12 vouchers must be used on separate visits; Vouchers may be combined in 1 visit for bills of $34 or more. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour specials. Must purchase 1 food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The smoke from a wood-fire oven enhances meat with complex flavors and can create a smoke screen so that no one sees you eat an entire roast boar. Pig out with this Groupon.

$12 for Two $12 Groupons Good for Barbecue

The menu pairs shredded-beef platters ($7.99), full slabs of pork ribs ($22), and barbecue chicken enchiladas ($7.50) with sides such as creole fries and Bubba beans.

Town Talk II

Burleigh Rideau Sr. arrived in Phoenix in 1923, bringing along fond memories of barbecue gatherings in his hometown in Louisiana and his family's treasured recipes for barbecue sauce. He spearheaded the original Town Talk Barbeque in 1949, where he slow-cooked flavorful meats over mesquite wood. Today, father-son duo Charles and Chris Rideau follow in their ancestor's footsteps at Town Talk II, faithfully adhering to the time-honored Rideau family recipes to grill up a variety of creole-style specialties.

Deep in the bustling kitchen, Charles and Chris shower brisket, chicken, pulled pork, and rib tips in their signature thick and tangy sauce. They plate meats and sandwiches alongside a variety of traditional sides, such as housemade Cajun fries and creamy potato salad, and they whip up peach and blackberry cobblers for dessert. Meanwhile, diners clink bottles of beer out in the warm dining room, where black-and-white photographs of the original barbecue joint speckle the walls. Each tabletop is equipped with paper towels, ideal for mopping up spilled barbecue sauce before the cops can arrest you for wasting it.

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