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What You'll Get
Good southern cooking can transport you to a country kitchen—biscuits in the oven, chicken frying in the skillet, and a bare-chested Ted Turner in the doorway with an armload of firewood. Experience true grits with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $15 for a meal for two (up to a $34.97 value)
- $29 for a meal for four (up to a $69.94 value)
- $45 for a meal for six (up to a $104.91 value)<p>
Meals include the following for every two people: * One appetizer (up to a $6.99 value) * Two entrees (up to a $13.99 value each)<p>
The menu graces tables with plates of fried green tomatoes and catfish nuggets before presenting entrees of barbecued baby-back pork ribs, southern-style fried buttermilk chicken, and garlic-splashed shrimp and grits.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Chazz's Place
At barbecues during his tenure with the Kansas City Chiefs, Al Boyce took pleasure in cooking for his fellow teammates. Faced with the free time of retirement and the new responsibilities of being a father, Boyce took his passion further by experimenting with preparation and seasoning techniques and calling on the grilling wisdom passed down to him by his own father. His ventures bore succulent, lean barbecue, which he now plates at Chazz's Place, a southern-inspired, home-style eatery named for Boyce's young son. Each cut of meat that cooks in the grill's aromatic smoke retains as little fat as possible to keep morsels well-textured but healthy. Filets of tilapia, salmon, and catfish adorn dishes grilled, deep-fried, or blackened, which harnesses the traditional method invented by Cajun chefs to protect meals from the monsters under their beds. Though hours of careful cooking go into each entree, the Marietta Patch heralds that sides are Boyce's specialty—especially the yams, which reporter Melissa Kory says have a "flavorful punch" and "the traditional zing with an extra pow."