$5 for Two #1 Cheeseburgers and Two Sides of Fresh-cut Fries at Van's Pig Stand ($10.26 Value)

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Bite into cheeseburgers layered with cheese and paired with 2 sides of fresh-cut fries; oldest single family-run barbecue joint in Oklahoma

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 31st, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for location purchased. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per transaction. Dine-in only. Not valid for or with any other specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A burger should be held with two hands, much like a steering wheel or a big wooden trunk filled with cement. Hold on to your hamburger with this Groupon.

$5 for Two Single Cheeseburgers and Two Sides of Fresh-cut Fries ($10.26 Value)

Bite into a pair of juicy #1 cheeseburgers served with two sides of fresh-cut fries. Each single-patty burger is grilled at the oldest single family-owned barbecue joint in Oklahoma. Choose from one of the following four locations:

  • 320 N Porter Ave. in Norman
  • 717 E Highland St. in Shawnee
  • 516 SW 4th St. in Moore
  • 3815 N. Harrison St. in Shawnee

Menus may vary by location.

Van's Pig Stand

Though it’s now the oldest single-family owned barbecue restaurant in Oklahoma, the Shawnee Van’s Pig Stand wasn’t Van’s first barbecue shop. The family patriarch first began crafting his signature pork sandwiches and plates of ribs in 1928 and shared his recipes with family members as they opened up their own hubs throughout Oklahoma. More than 80 years later, Van’s descendants still grill up barbecue dinners and sandwiches with those signature recipes, that is, if they have taken the blood oath to keep them secret. Though they specialize in cuts of pig, the grill masters incorporate everything from brisket, turkey, chopped beef, and chicken into their dinners, pairing each meaty helping with two sides and a slice of texas toast. Sweet flavors, including sweet tea and pecan pie, cap off savory meals.