Barbecue sauce can make a good meal even better, as can good company and a waiter who rubs your throat as you chew. Chow down with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for a Full Throttle barbecue combination (a $24.95 value)
- $12 for $25 worth of barbecue cuisine
Full Throttle platters comprise a plate of pulled pork, brisket, ribs, a quarter of a chicken, and smoked sausage. The menu of classic roadhouse food includes meals of hand-breaded onion rings with smoked-tomato ketchup ($7.95), fried-chicken salad with mixed greens and honey-mustard dressing ($10.95), or a Paul Sr. burger topped with pepper jack cheese, pulled pork, and coleslaw ($10.95).
Backfire BBQ brings together timeless American traditions: roaring motorcycles; classic cars; thick, hearty burgers; and wood-fired barbecue. A smoky barbecue pit cooks brisket burnt ends, St. Louis–style ribs, and hickory-smoked pulled pork to tender perfection, whereas salads blend crispy greens, tangy dressing, and juicy chicken or wild Atlantic salmon. As diners sink their teeth or bury their family heirlooms in burgers made from brisket and aged sirloin that’s hand-ground each morning, huge plasma screens show episodes of American Chopper and a NASCAR-themed room celebrates the automotive world with real racecar engines and race memorabilia. Bartenders serve frosty draft beers and potent cocktails at the full-service bar, and musicians play biker-friendly hard rock on the live-band stage.
92% of 555 customers recommend
“Good food but out waiter had a really bad attitude and obviously didn't want to be there. Need upbeat staff to get you engaged and excited about a restaurant....”
“Good food but out waiter had a really bad attitude and obviously didn't want to be there. Need upbeat staff to get you engaged and excited about a restaurant. Especially when there are soooo many choices at Legends!”
“reallly liked the sauces also...beans really good but the slaw had too much dressing but had a good flavor”
“Server was great. Food was good. Keep up the great work.”