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 voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for $15 worth of barbecue
- $15 for two vouchers, each good for $17.50 worth of barbecue (a $35 total value)
The menu includes barbecue classics such as rib sandwiches ($6), catfish sandwiches ($4.50), and chopped-barbecue-chicken plates with two sides and a piece of bread ($8).
Big Daddy's Bar-B-Q
Pitmaster Paul "Big Daddy" Woodard won the the award for Best Ribs in the First Annual Alabama BBQ Cook-off and Festival in 2012, just like he won the Birmingham News's Best Ribs contest in 2008. But long before he started winning awards—long before he even opened his restaurant—Woodard was picking up fans around town with his succulent, flavorful grilled meats. That's because he shared his grilling expertise at family reunions, functions for the Woodland Park Church of Christ, and other events, and word began to spread.
The ribs at Big Daddy's Bar-B-Q might be locally famous, but there's much more on the eatery's menu worth tasting. Chopped barbecue chicken, fried catfish, and polish sausages also sizzle in the kitchen, and sides such as signature fried corn on the cob, homemade macaroni and cheese or freshly cooked collard greens round things out. A rotating list of from-scratch desserts tempt palates after main courses. Try a wedge of peanut-butter pie or a helping of banana pudding.