Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with this Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of American and barbecue fare at Dillon's Restaurant's Phoenix, Morristown, Peoria, or Glendale locations, or at its location at Wildlife World Zoo in Litchfield Park.
Flame-kissed meats sizzle on platters of barbecued eats inside five entertainment-packed Dillon's Restaurant locations. The eatery's mesquite menu sports savory baby back ribs ($18.99 for a half rack; $23.99 for a whole rack) as well as a pulled-pork platter, which is slow-smoked overnight in footie pajamas and topped with three different barbecue sauces ($12.29). Sandwiches include the barbecue brisket sandwich served atop a toasted bun ($9.99), while the OMG salmon, crowned with Dillon's Restaurant's famous spinach-artichoke recipe and bread crumbs, satisfies pescetarians ($19.99). In addition to hosting live bands, karaoke nights, and sports broadcasts, each character-packed location possesses unique architectural charms, ranging from the new shark tank at the Litchfield zoo location to the waterfront patio at the Scorpion Bay location, where diners can chortle as fish attempt to develop democracy.
The four Dillon's locations couldn't be more different. At Dillon's Bayou the newest location at Lake Pleasant, guests can dine beside a 60,000 gallon shark tank in the dining room and vibrant pink flamingoes on the patio. The huge bar and restaurant at Lake Pleasant provides a spectacular view of the mountains and water as well as serving up award winning BBQ.
In 2011, Dillon's opened perhaps its most impressive location at the Wild Life World Zoo. In addition to its unique settings and food, this Dillon's is known for its hospitality and sense of fun, including setting up live webcams. Check them out here. In 2005, Dillons opened a second location in Glendale to share a combination of good food and relaxed ambiance which proved to be so successful for all Dillon's locations. This one plays host to golfers and sports enthusiasts, entertaining them with 30 HD-TVs, as well as with live bands on the weekends.
The first location, which opened in 1999, was once described as "a cute, converted old house that looks like grandma's parlor" by the Phoenix New Times. There, guests devour Kansas City–style barbecue slathered in housemade sauces and listen to live music on Fridays and Saturdays.