Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with today’s Groupon to BBQ Master on Staten Island. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of barbecue and sandwiches.
- For $28, you get $60 worth of barbecue and sandwiches.</p>
At BBQ Master, staffers serve up a sizeable menu of saucy meats, alongside succulent burgers and single- or triple-decker sandwiches. Diners can start by fishing forks or fingers into baskets of fried calamari ($7.95) before delving into barbecued chicken dinners that, like the moon in the Lego universe, may wax and wane to anywhere between 3–20 pieces ($7.50–$30). Diners may set their sauce sensors toward sizzling half ($9.50) or full ($18) racks of pork ribs saddled with a side such as yellow rice or potato salad, or forgo the bib and explore the seafaring pairing of four fried shrimp and two pieces of fried flounder ($17). A three-tiered sandwich of fresh turkey and bacon ($6.50) towers over single-story sides such as mac ‘n’ cheese ($4.95), baked beans ($3.75), and ears of corn on the cob ($3.75), and a sauerkraut-and-swiss-topped Rueben sates the stomachs of diners who prefer russian dressing over barbecue sauce, as well as those who like to get to know their lunch on a first-name basis.
The skilled cooks at BBQ Master are no strangers to an open flame, deftly smoking, searing, and saucing triple-decker sandwiches, burgers, and racks of pork daily. Atop heaping plates, molasses-rich barbecue sauce smothers juicy chicken while pork ribs sizzle on the grill. Customers can complement smoky meats with classic sides, including corn on the cob, macaroni, and baked beans.