Barbecue is a distinctly American art form, much like jazz music and feigning an understanding of jazz music. Discuss the smoky notes with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for three-piece combo plates for two (up to a $19.16 total value)
- $18 for three-piece combo plates for four (up to a $38.32 total value)
Each diner can enjoy one of three combo plates (up to a $9.58 value each): a rib combo featuring three rib bones slathered in a choice of barbecue sauce, the original barbeque chicken plate, or the barbeque-fried baked chicken plate with three pieces glazed in a sweet sauce. Each meal includes two homemade sides, such as fresh-cut fries, potato salad, or mac and cheese.
No need to call ahead before stopping in at Angry Barbeque—the chefs started preparing for your arrival three days ago. That's how long they let their meats bask in zesty marinades, each of which is specific to the meat it seasons: the rib rub differs from the marinade that saturates the chicken, which differs from the ingredients that go into the pulled pork. The meats spend several more hours in the smoker, where they absorb woody, smoky flavors before sealing it all in with a stint on the grill. When they're finally ready, platters of saucy ribs, original barbeque chicken, signature barbeque-fried-baked chicken, and other delectable selections arrive to tables accompanied by classic sides ranging from fresh-cut fries and onion rings to green beans and mac and cheese. Angry Barbeque also adds a smoky element to parties and other social gatherings with catering packages that include the meats of your choice alongside sauce, buns, sides, and a backstory to convince everyone that the host made it all himself.