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What You'll Get
Predating homing pigeons, homing chickens were abandoned due to their tendency to cover themselves in hot sauce and nose-dive into bonfires. Enjoy the proper use of a chicken wing with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $35 worth of wings, sandwiches, and more at Famous Joe's in Buford.
A spacious wing shack and bar, Famous Joe's cooks up an extensive menu of game-day specialties. Hungry customers wondering exactly what Joe is famous for (besides inventing Jenga) can find their answer with a plate of Joe's wings, slathered in a range of flavored sauces such as jamaican jerk or sweet thai chili ($7.49 for eight). Sate a heartier hunger with a heaping portion of slow-cooked baby backs ribs soaked in house-specialty barbecue sauce and served alongside two sides ($11.99 for a half-rack). Sandwich-savoring appetites can enjoy a grilled chicken Philly ($7.99) or a 1/4-pound beef Joe dog smothered in chili and coleslaw ($5.99).
Famous Joe's complements its mouth-watering fare with a selection of 10 draft ($2+) and 30 bottled beers ($3+) as well as 21 flat-screen TVs, ensuring no score is left uncelebrated. Generous wood-crafted booths provide plenty of elbowroom for over-enthusiastic cheering and impromptu celery-eating contests, and generous floor space allows for comfortable moon walking from the full bar to the dining area.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Must purchase 1 food item. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Famous Joes
Diners take a whiff of grilled meats and slide into dark-wood booths upon entering Famous Joes, waiting to be greeted by the chilly handshake of a cold glass of beer and the calming glow of baseball games emanating from the 21 42-inch flat-screen TVs hung on terra-cotta-colored walls. As a karaoke singer croons on, chefs pull ribs and pork from a 12-hour marinade, toss glistening chicken wings in 16 varieties of sauce, and hand-sculpt ground beef into half-pound patties and busts of Woodrow Wilson. Behind a row of stools, bartenders pour from 10 drafts and 30 bottled beers hailing from domestic and overseas breweries.