Restaurants provide you with the three essentials for survival: they serve you food, put a roof over your head, and give you napkins you can make clothes from. Fulfill your needs with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$10 for $20 worth of barbecue<p>
$19 for a Mountain Picnic meal for four (a $38.50 value), which includes:
- Two pounds of boneless meat
- Two big sides
- One medium cobbler<p>
$25 for $50 worth of meats by the pound (market prices) or catering platters<p>
Click here to view the full menu, which ranges from two spicy pulled-pork sliders ($4.99) to a half-chicken combo ($7.99). Sides include jalapinto beans, macaroni & cheese, and potato salad. Catering platters range from two meats and two sides ($13.50 per person) to three meats and three sides ($15.50 per person), plus teas and sodas ($1.50 per person).<p>
Can't Stop Smokin' BBQ
Great barbecue isn't something that can be rushed. The chefs at Can't Stop Smokin' BBQ take this to heart, practicing a low-and-slow cooking method that seals in juices and smoky flavors over the course of 3–13 hours. What results is seasoned, savory, tender brisket, pork ribs, and poultry that sing with flavor and need only a few brushes of tangy sauce to keep from feeling naked. From this bounty, guests pile pulled pork onto whole-wheat buns or chow down on smoked turkey drumsticks, garnishing their plates with classic sides such as German-mustard potato salad, jalapeno cornbread, homemade peach cobbler, and sweet baked beans.
Although Can't Stop Smokin' BBQ started in a simple New Mexico smokehouse, it has quickly followed the gentle flow of the barbecue-sauce rivers across the Southwest. Yet even as it treats dinner guests and catered banquets across the country to feasts, Can't Stop Smokin' turns an eye to local communities by helping with Monday night Fundraiser nights for groups dining of 10 or more.
What some people are buzzing about:
“ENJOY THE GREAT FOOD AND GREAT SERVICE !”
“Coupons and "deal" bring me back in always :)”
“FOOD WAS GREAT AND STAFF WAS VERY NICE”