Houston's settlers built their city on a barbecue bayou, and for decades their city sunk two feet a year into the smoky, tangy quagmire until they found a solution: drain the swamps of the sauce and slather it on their ribs. Eat your way out of a hungermire with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of southwestern fare at Bull Durham's Texas BBQ & Steakhouse Saloon, located next to Starbucks in the Dilworthtown Shopping Center.
Bull Durham's consoles cowboys' lonesome stomachs with a menu loaded with hearty steaks, seafood, and barbecue. Weep hickory-smoke tears after tasting an appetizer of fried avocado, beer battered and covered in pulled chicken or pork ($9.95). The po' boy pulled-pork sandwich, nestled between bun bookends, tops shredded meat with caramelized onions and barbecue sauce ($7.50), while the texas brisket entree does away with superfluous bread and showcases a half-pound of mesquite smoked meat ($11.95). The Southern fried catfish arrives at tables accompanied by homemade cornbread and honey butter, which come with all family-style meals ($10.99). Bull Durham's also offers weekend brunch, which features waffles shaped like the Lone Star State ($3.99) and omelettes in the form of Billy Ray Cyrus's silhouette.
Pony up on Mondays or Thursdays when diners can dosey doe during free dance lessons on the Texas two-step, Texas waltz, and other extremity moving maneuvers. The restaurant also showcases a foot-stomping symphony of acoustic, blues, and country acts. Check Bull Durham's calendar for upcoming dance lessons, live bands, or waning crescent moons.
1347 Wilmington Pike
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382Get Directions