Eating is necessary for survival, just like sleeping or carving yourself companions out of large pieces of wood. Don't just survive–thrive with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of barbecue and southern cuisine
- $19 for $40 worth of barbecue and southern cuisine for four or more people
Entrees include tender, slow-smoked Carolina country ribs ($10.75+), and eastern North Carolina BBQ serves up slow-smoked chopped pork barbecue with vinegar-based sauce ($9.50). Carolina Smokehouse also serves sliced-brisket sandwiches with melted pimiento cheese ($8.99), a nine-ounce sirloin steak ($12.99), and shrimp and grits ($12.99). See the full menu here.
Carolina Smokehouse Grill
Though Carolina Smokehouse Grill is relatively new to the triangle culinary scene, the eatery has wasted no time making its mark. Under the direction of restaurateur Matt Naugle and executive chef Caroline Pudova, grillmasters smoke up tasty southern favorites that have earned spots on WRAL’s Five Favorites lists for Best Ribs and Best Mac and Cheese. Braised short ribs simmer slowly in beef broth, or pork ribs smoke slowly before dressing in sauce or keeping it casual by arriving to the table dry-rubbed and singing Journey songs. Pudova also prepares eastern North Carolina–style chopped pork barbecue with vinegar-based sauce, or beef brisket that grills for nine hours before sliding onto plates underneath a tomato-based sauce. Carolina Smokehouse Grill pairs these entrees with sides such as fried okra or cheesy bacon grits, as well as specialty peach and berry cobblers topped with vanilla ice cream.