Barbecue chefs identify themselves by the signature flavors of their sauces, which they brush onto slabs of meat and hand to police officers during routine traffic stops. Sample handcrafted piquancy with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of carryout barbecue fare and drinks at Brothers Barbeque.
Brothers Barbeque infuses each bite of Kansas–style ribs, chicken, and beef brisket with the sweet smoke of hickory and oak, homemade sauces, and more than 30 years of charcoal-grilling experience. Napkins quiver in terror at the first sight of baby back ribs ($10.98), a meaty slab of Farmer John pork ribs smothered in sauce and a secret blend of spices known only to the chefs and their most trusted ladles. Smoky flavor pervades each chicken-links or beef-links sandwich ($7.68), which arrive tableside on a butter-grilled french roll with a choice of two sides, such as baked beans or potato salad, and a drink. Dessert ushers in a sweet ending to sauce-laden feasts by piling plates with slices of sweet-potato pie ($2.30), peach cobbler ($3.29), or german chocolate cake ($3.60), and bottled sodas ($2.20) and iced tea ($1.10) await to wash down spicy mouthfuls or wash saucy fingerprints from any home-computer screen.
Grilled over charcoal, smoked with hickory and oak, and smothered with an artful balance of homemade sauce and seasoning. When it comes to barbecuing Kansas-style spareribs and half-chickens, the pit masters at Brothers Barbeque draw on more than 30 years of experience to infuse each slab of meat with smooth, smoky flavors. Beef, hot links, and tri tips undergo a similarly thorough treatment before filling sandwich rolls, and the cooks slather pork ribs from Farmer John in a blend of spices more secret than the robot that does all of the president’s biddings.
Southern-style sides, including potato salad and baked beans round out Brothers Barbeque's menu, and can be enjoyed as carry-out or shipped to homes in vacuum-sealed, dry-iced packaging. The barbecuing team also caters small parties and large events, including numerous smooth-jazz festivals every year.