Barbecue is a distinctly American art form, much like jazz music and feigning an understanding of jazz music. Discuss the smoky notes with this Groupon.
$7 for $15 Worth of Barbecue
Sample the signature smoky dishes such as The Burnt End bowl, which tops sweet corn bread with burnt ends, hickory pit beans, and tobacco onions ($9.50). Smokey’s Platter comes with two meats and two sides ($10.50). Chefs also create their own signature sandwiches such as The Stack—bread piled with layers of brisket, ham, turkey, applewood-smoked bacon, cheddar, and barbecue sauce ($7.50). See the full menu.
Burnt End BBQ
Though the pit masters manning the grills at Burnt End BBQ know a good deal about how to bring out the complex flavors of a slab of barbecue, they’re not here to tell you how to eat it. That’s why most of the dishes on the menu are mere suggestions, allowing clients some flexibility on what meat and homestyle sides they choose to chow down upon. Customers can cull from six core meats such as the signature burnt ends, brisket, or pulled pork with sides ranging from the sweet and spicy slaw to creamy cheese corn. The chefs do create a few signature sandwiches and barbecue bowls to combine the best of their smoked meats and sides over a chewy mound of cornbread, which is the kind of mound from which gingerbread men pitch. Meats and sides are also available á la carte by the pound and pint, easily combining into full meals.