$15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue Ribs and Grilled Steaks for Two or More at Little Louie's BBQ

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Barbecued St. Louis ribs, pulled pork, and beef brisket sate sauce cravings alongside grilled sirloins and hickory-smoked salmon

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Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master’s touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy the Picassos of the pit with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue for Two or More

A half-rack of barbecued St. Louis ribs ($15.95) serves as the centerpiece, around which stands meals of pan-seared hanger steak ($16.95) and glazed hickory-smoked salmon ($16.95). See the menu.

Little Louie's BBQ

Though his dishes once occupied the white-linen tablecloths of Philadelphia’s finest restaurants, Chef Gerald Dougherty now prefers making napkins messy with his signature recipes of rich, meaty barbecue. The former head chef of L'Aigla D'Or and Founders at the Bellevue, Chef Gerald currently oversees the pit at Little Louie's BBQ, a casual eatery he opened to satisfy his hankering for down-home grub. Not one to color within the lines, he draws on barbecue styles from across the country—think North Carolina, Kansas City, and Memphis—and smokes his meats over cherrywood, applewood, and hickory chips.

Little Louie’s dining room betrays the same down-home inspirations as its menu. Rustic lumber lines the countertops, and light fixtures reminiscent of branches illuminate the expansive space. If they can peel their eyes away from the beef brisket and pulled pork on their plates, guests will notice Butch Cassidy and Lone Ranger posters hanging from the walls, classic Western movies playing on the 70-inch flat-screen television, and outlaws discreetly taking down Wanted signs that bear their uncanny resemblances.

Little Louie's BBQ

Though his dishes once occupied the white-linen tablecloths of Philadelphia’s finest restaurants, Chef Gerald Dougherty now prefers making napkins messy with his signature recipes of rich, meaty barbecue fare. The former head chef of L'Aigla D'Or and Founders at the Bellevue, Chef Gerald currently oversees the pit at Little Louie's BBQ, a casual eatery he opened to satisfy his hankering for down-home grub. Not one to color within the lines, he draws on barbecue styles from across the country—think North Carolina, Kansas City, and Memphis—and smokes his meats over cherrywood, applewood, and hickory chips.

Little Louie’s dining room betrays the same down-home inspirations as its menu. Rustic lumber lines the countertops, and light fixtures reminiscent of branches illuminate the expansive space. If they can peel their eyes away from the beef brisket and pulled pork on their plates, guests will notice Butch Cassidy and Lone Ranger posters hanging from the walls, classic Western movies playing on the 70-inch flat-screen television, and outlaws discreetly taking down Wanted signs that bear their uncanny resemblances.

Customer Reviews

Little Louie's is a fun spot for the entire family.
Pauline L. · January 15, 2013
Very enjoyable, We will return.
Linda O. · January 5, 2013
Great sauces!
Warren S. · January 4, 2013
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