$10 for $20 Worth of Barbecue and Beverages at Abbey’s Real BBQ

Abbeys Real BBQ

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Fill up on fiery favorites with today’s Groupon. For $10, you’ll get $20 worth of bites and beverages at Abbey’s Real BBQ, a demure smokehouse specializing in combos, a la carte eats, and filling swimming pools with smoked meats upon request.

At Abbey's you can viciously gnaw on a beef rib slab ($9 for half, $17 for full) and mop up extra sauce with an order of corn bread ($1), a type of bread traditionally reserved for trust fund types but available for the first time to the hungry masses. Balance out your meaty morsels with several sides ($2.50 each) for good measure. Try coleslaw, macaroni salad, yellow rice, french fries, or corn on the cob. Meal options are available, as are generous slices of pie ($3), which are not only large, but are more than happy to spot you cab fair. View the entire menu here.

The food of picnics and summertime holidays, barbecue is a nostalgic, unpretentious eat where messiness is not only accepted, but embraced. Get this Groupon to quash comfort food cravings, to acceptably eat with your fingers, or to revisit the barbecue-sauce-stained days of your youth.


A San Diego Reader reviewer gives Abbey’s Real BBQ a perfect 10, and CityVoters give 38 thumbs up:

  • Abbeys has the BEST pulled Pork in town!! Their Ribs,and sauce is Great too!! Great place to take the Family! – SirDuke00, CityVoter
  • The picnic ham was out of this world and I cannot describe in words to anyone that does not know or experienced true aromatic wood smoked meat that is hand rubbed and brushed for hours. – HenrySanDiego, San Diego Reader
  • the best bbq in town. i have never had better bbq anyware [sic]. the service is the great some of there side dishes are home made just like moms. – BBKing90

Real BBQ vs. Fake BBQ

Abbey’s Real BBQ specializes in BBQ—the real kind. Here’s a guide to knowing the difference between real BBQ and fake, imitation ‘Q:

Real BBQ: Ribs smoked to perfection.
Fake BBQ: The friar enters the antechamber. His eyes fill with tears. As he explains that he is unable to pay your tribute, a nod to your footman signals him to release the owls.

Real BBQ: If it ain’t messy, it ain’t BBQ.
Fake BBQ: You loved her once, didn’t you? But she didn’t share your feelings. She couldn’t. For how could $14,000 worth of microchips, urethane skin, and implanted memories feel anything?

Real BBQ: Real sides like corn bread and macaroni salad.
Fake BBQ: “No, Eduardo,” you shout. But the specter standing in the drawing room is but a shell occupied by forces you yourself once called upon. Now, they call back for you. With your last gasp, you notice a previously unseen inscription at the statue’s base: Venice, 1756.

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The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Jun 3, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table of 2, 2 per table of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Abbeys Real BBQ

Abbeys Real BBQ

Restaurant, American
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