What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $69 for one barbecue grilling class with food and drinks for two on June 14 (a $99 value)
- $69 for one barbecue grilling class with food and drinks for two on June 28 (a $99 value)
- $69 for one barbecue grilling class with food and drinks for two on July 19 (a $99 value)
- $69 for one barbecue grilling class with food and drinks for two on August 16 (a $99 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 16, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Alcohol is not discounted. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Backyard Bistro
According to a 2009 Newsobserver.com profile, Backyard Bistro knows a thing or two about ribs. To create this St. Louis–style specialty, the Bistro encrusts the pork in a dry spice rub and leaves it to bask in heat and hickory smoke for three hours. They then wrap each rack in aluminum foil with a splash of apple juice, returning them to the smoker for another four hours before charring them on the grill under a glaze of tangy or sweet barbecue sauce. The Bistro also stokes up the smoker to tenderize the dry-rubbed pork shoulder––another specialty––for 12 whole hours, while slices of juicy beef brisket await to be smothered between hefty slabs of white bread and saddled next to sides such as crisp coleslaw, Mama T's potato salad, and baked beans.
The menu of barbecue and American comfort food represent the efforts of several local businesses. Brioche rolls for burgers and english muffins for benedicts are sourced from La Farm Bakery, then crowned with organic, hydroponic bibb lettuce and beef from Angus Barn or poached eggs and canadian bacon. The bar's 16 taps pour Bud Light and Belgian-style Backyard Brew, the locally brewed house draft, to cool meals taken out on the patio or into a neighbor's hot tub, while inside it's all about sports. Five big-screen TVs broadcast every play in high definition, and speakers at each table give diners the option of turning down the volume if they'd rather tune out