Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of barbecue fare at Big Mountain Barbeque in Waynesville.
Big Mountain Barbeque fashions mouthwatering Southern-style feasts from a menu of fresh, slow-smoked meats, flavorful house-made sauces, and tantalizing traditional fixings. Each juicy cut of meat, such as a half smoked chicken ($9.75), fall-off-the-bone ribs ($11.99/half slab; $17.99/full slab), or beef brisket ($10.75), slow-cooks to perfection amid the smoky flavor and structural soundness of 100% hardwood before basking beneath one of six signature house-made sauces, including South Carolina mustard, Memphis dry rub, or Big Mountain original. Traditional barbecue sides ($1.99 each) roll out fresh from the kitchen each day, garnishing meaty meals with tasty servings of vidalia-onion casserole, brunswick stew, fried green tomatoes, or fried green cotillion gowns. In addition to gracing barbecue banquets with the meaty bounty of the smoking pit, Big Mountain Barbeque safely contains unfettered flavor molecules between buns in the form of a half-pound Big Mountain burger ($7.99) or a spicy buffalo chicken sandwich ($7.50).