Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with today’s Groupon to MoMo’s BBQ and Grill. Choose between the following options:
- For $22, you get a barbecue meal for two (up to a $54.97 total value) that includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $10.99 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $21.99 value each)<p>
- For $39, you get a barbecue meal for four (up to a $109.94 total value) that includes:
- Two appetizers (up to a $10.99 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $21.99 value each)
The chefs at MoMo’s BBQ and Grill withdraw succulent, slow-smoked meats from the plumes of apple and hickory woods before outfitting fresh cuts in a variety of made-from-scratch sauces and regional dressings, some of which won the National BBQ Association’s Award of Excellence in 2010. Barbecue nachos begin meals with a star-studded cast of tortilla chips, buried beneath banks of pulled pork, cheddar cheese, and a scoop of baked beans. Anchoring the entrees portion of the menu, full racks of tender baby back ribs challenge the structural integrity of tables. Mouth-tackle a half-pound texas beef brisket platter, which arrives cloaked in one or two gourmet sauces, or reel in a pair of catfish, seasoned and deep-fried to a hue so golden that they pass as currency at certain garage sales.
Every Friday night, live blues bands flood MoMo’s with rhythmic riffs and dramatic readings of diary entries. A row of tables flanks one side of the elongated restaurant, while flat-screen TVs perched above the bar pour multiple sporting events into thirsty eyes.
MoMo's BBQ & Grill
At MoMo's BBQ and Grill, sauces aren't just a messy byproduct of eating barbecue. Rather, they are spotlight-snatching costars, having pulled in 13 awards of excellence from the National Barbecue Association, highlighted by mango habanero's 2011 distinction as tops in the citrus class. Long before MoMo's gourmet sauces receive a call to action, though, their meaty counterparts are busy getting slow-smoked, in-house, with a combination of applewood and hickory. Seven days per week, finished creations arrive on the tables of diners in the form of Texas beef brisket and "high on the hog" racks of ribs. A selection of more than 100 bottled beers washes over satisfied taste buds, and every Friday, live blues bands infuse meals with passionate riffs and lyrics about the heartbreak of finishing a pulled-pork sandwich.
307 Market St.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17101