Though barbecue sauce can be used to power tractors or grease slip 'n' slides, it’s best for making beans sing and chickens dance. Start a party on the tongue's floor with today’s Groupon for smokehouse fare at Ole Time Barbeque. Choose from the following options:
• For $10, you get $20 worth of dining.
• For $19, you get $40 worth of dining for a table of four or more.
• For $15, you get a family take-out dinner with ribs for three (a $27.99 value).
Ole Time Barbeque's owner Jerry Hart dishes out delicious smokehouse fare slow-cooked according to a family recipe handed down by his grandfather, Quillie Gray. The straightforward menu slashes and burns hunger with smoky barbecue classics, including the hand-chopped barbecue pork plate and the barbecue-slathered half-chicken (both $6.99 regular; $7.99 large). Combination plates such as the barbecue pork and chicken platter ($9.99) serve up a sizable sampling of more than one dish, and the dripping slabs of St. Louis–style ribs ($13.99 half-rack; $15.99 full) deliver face-slathering amounts of saucy flavor. With the family take-out dinner, customers receive a rack and a half of ribs, which, like all other main dishes, is served with a pint of coleslaw, Ole Time’s famous hushpuppies, and one additional side.
Inside the restaurant’s cozy confines, patrons enjoy a flashback to simpler times, when a man was a man, a stick was a stick, and a man with a stick was king.
6309 Hillsborough St.
Raleigh, North Carolina 27606