BBQ Restaurants in Douglasville

$15 for a Barbecue Rib-Tips Dinner and Drinks for Two at Ms. Betty's House of Ribs ($24.50 Value)

Ms. Betty's House of Ribs

Ms. Betty's House of Ribs

Traditional rib shack with a screened-in grilling porch slow roasts meat over wood for traditional barbecue flavor

$24.50 $15

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$12 for $20 Worth of Barbecue — The Monkey's Uncle Grill

The Monkey's Uncle Grill

Griffin

From the merchant: BBQ, burgers, sandwiches, home style sides, and ice cold beer, served with a smile in a unique, welcoming atmosphere.

$20 $12

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$15 for $20 Worth of Barbecue Take-Out at Dickey's Barbecue Pit

Dickey's Barbecue Pit

Athens-Clarke County unified government (balance)

Slow-cooked meats covered in barbecue sauce nestle in buns and join homestyle sides such as jalapeño beans and fried onion tanglers

$20 $15

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Two Barbecue-Dinner Plates at The Cook Out (Up to 50% Off)

The Cook Out

Smiths Station

Slow-smoked Southern barbecue and sides made from scratch

$18 $9

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$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Wings, Fish, and Sides at Saks Wing Shak ($30 Value)

Saks Wing Shak

Brainerd

Signature wings spun in any of nine sauces are served alongside fish, chicken tenders, and sides like fries and okra

$10 $5

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Barbecue and Café Food at The Purple Daisy Picnic Café (47% Off). Two Options Available.

The Purple Daisy Picnic Café

St. Elmo

Aluminum siding & antique baubles mingle with aroma of smoke-kissed pork & chicken barbecue selections at indoor & outdoor dining spaces

$15 $8

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In April of 2011, a group of friends on a fishing trip—all veterans of the hospitality industry—got to talking about their love of food as they cooked their dinner around a campfire. The smoky flavors, crackling flames, and friendship merged into an idea to create a barbecue joint with traditional Southern comfort fare and an interactive dessert element.

Today, diners pile into wood-backed booths to dig into ribs slathered in house sauce, smoked sausages, and a menu stocked with homestyle fare. From three types of mac 'n' cheese—traditional, broccoli, and pulled pork—to fresh-ground burgers made with short ribs, brisket, and ground chuck, the kitchen crew crafts its own takes on classic comfort fare as flat-screen TVs flicker above the bar. The dessert section includes do-it-yourself s'mores that are toasted tableside by a portable burn pit and touted as "the only dessert in town that requires a disclaimer," an honor previously held by torch-it-yourself crème brûlée.

6855 Douglas Blvd
Douglasville,
GA
US

Mr. D's sauce-wielding chefs seal juicy flavor into slow roasted meats with delicious hickory smoke and tangy barbecue flavors to create a massive smokehouse menu. Drizzled barbecue clings like an entourage of flavor to the smoldering meat of the St. Louis style ribs ($12.99 half slab), seared in the heat of hickory flames and public adoration. The pulled beef brisket ($8.79 half pound) overtakes plates with mountainous piles and saucy altitudes, scaled by the brave, buttery crunch of the fried corn on the cob ($3.95). In an act of nutritious comeuppance, sweet teeth sink into the sugary candied yams ($3.95), finally fooled into eating a vegetable. Tikes and toddlers can order fist-sized portions off the children's menu, while entire clans share the spoils found in family meals.

5029 Austell Rd
Austell,
GA
US

We have been in business for nearly 30 years. BBQ lunch and dinner. Breakfast t 8:00 on the weekends and major holidays.

2063 Canton Rd
Marietta,
GA
US

After Al Boyce retired from playing football for the Kansas City Chiefs, a new world was calling to him: the rib-sticking world of soul food. After starting his first venture in Kansas City, Boyce began populating the Atlanta area with southern cooking in the form of Chazz?s Place, a pair of eateries named after his son. Al?s Barbeque is his fourth restaurant, where the scent of slow-smoked boneless meat sluices through the air and induces salivation like a rabbit placed in front of Elmer Fudd. Heaping plates of shrimp and grits compete for attention with barbecue ribs, pork chops, and chicken that?s grilled or southern-fried with buttermilk. Housemade sides of collard greens, baked beans, and black-eyed peas round out each meal.

34 Powder Springs Street
Marietta,
GA
US

In huge, bold red letters, a sign on the street-facing side of Ms. Betty's House of Ribs proclaims ?BBQ.? It?s an old-fashioned invitation to sample some of the rib-shack recipes that rightfully hold a beloved position in the pantheon of southern cuisine. Inside, pit-masters slow roast hefty slabs of ribs and serve whole and half chickens with the restaurant?s signature sauce. The grills are kept in a screened-in porch so passersby can smell the flavorful smoke and hear chefs shout when the meat gets too delicious.

1281 Bouldercrest Drive Southeast
Atlanta,
GA
US

Forget the dry, overcooked turkey lurking untouched in the center of your holiday table. Today's side deal to Black Tie Barbecue puts a succulent, fully cooked, hickory-smoked turkey on your Thanksgiving table for $30, a $95 value. The friendly caterers at Black Tie Barbecue have never had an embarrassing Thanksgiving and want to share their success with your family. They'll fully prepare a 10- to 12-pound bird to juicy, smoky perfection for you to pick up between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Wednesday, November 25, at Phipps Plaza. Serve your bird chilled, or follow Black Tie's handy reheating instructions to fool your family into believing you've done it yourself.

2801 East Point Street
Atlanta,
GA
US