A spicy meal can bring you to tears, just like a piece of great art, or a piece of mediocre art that’s been rubbed with raw onions. Taste a masterpiece with this Groupon.
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$10 for $20 off your bill
$30 for three vouchers (a $60 value); each voucher is good for $20 off your bill<p>
Chef Fred Donley has crafted a sizzling menu that features pulled-pork sandwiches ($7.95) and hearty meals such as the rib platter ($12.95) with a half slab, cornbread, and two sides. Sides include mac-n-cheese, collard greens, cole slaw, and beans.<p>
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- Entrees—pulled-pork sandwich ($7.95) and a half-chicken platter ($8.95)
- Drinks—two sodas ($3)
Total Bill: $19.90 for two people<p>
Mo Gridder's BBQ
When the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives came to visit Mo Gridder’s BBQ, host Guy Fieri couldn’t get over that barbecue this delicious was being served in the parking lot of a Bronx auto-repair shop. But when, like Fred Donley, you’re both a head mechanic and a head chef, you have to keep your workplaces close together. Fred picked up BBQ as a hobby a few years back and started to bring in samples for his customers at the auto shop. Their rave reviews encouraged him to make it a part of his business. Now you’ll find a 35-foot cooking trailer in the parking lot and a dining area in a room where he used to service cars. On certain days, you can even get special deals that combine Fred’s two passions, such as a windshield replacement and a rack of ribs.
Despite its unusual setting, Mo Gridder’s still serves up barbecue “so good you’ll think you’re in Texas,” according to Fieri. Fred slow-cooks all his meats in a massive cooker, so whether it’s his signature pulled pork sandwiches, brisket, chicken, or ribs, it’s tender and juicy.
64% of 117 customers recommend
“friendly and helpful peoplr. good food”
“Keep up the great work and start using plastic again.”
“Very sweet and kind with a wonderful smile. Very brave to set up shop in the South Bronx. Makes the best BBQ ribs and puled pork we have eaten in the US so far.”