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What You'll Get
Barbecuing, like painting, usually entails the use of a brush, a master’s touch, and the building anticipation to eat your finished product. Enjoy saucy masterworks with today’s Groupon.
$28 for a barbecue dinner for two (up to a $57.98 value)
- The dinner for two includes the following from the menu:
- Full slab of baby back or St. Louis–style ribs (up to a $24.99 value)
- Two side dishes, such as jalapeño cornbread and baked beans
- One dish from the Half Time section of the menu, such as a bowl of Cajun gumbo (up to a $8.99 value)
- Two house drinks (up to a $12 value each)<p>
$58 for a barbecue dinner for four (up to a $124.95 value) * The dinner for four includes the following: - One P1, P5, P6, P8, P9, or P11 appetizer from the pre-game section of the menu (up to a $8.99 value) - Two full slabs of baby back or St. Louis–style ribs (up to a $24.99 value each) - Four side dishes, such as mac ‘n’ cheese and sweet-potato mashed - Two dishes from the Half Time section of the menu, such as rub chili (up to a $8.99 value each) - Four house drinks (up to a $12 value each) * More than 100 beers available with more than 30 beers on tap * Variety of Michigan beers, such as Arcadia Angler’s Ale<p>
$10 for $20 worth of barbecue lunch fare, such as: * Smoked salmon drizzled with house-made apple-barbecue sauce ($12.99) * The belle isle catfish fillet sandwich ($8.99)<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About R.U.B. BBQ
R.U.B. BBQ has earned shout-outs from the New York Times as well as a handful of television features for its tender, well-flavored meats. Various proteins are smoked daily and slathered in a made-from-scratch rub of more than 20 spices and herbs, and cooks begin each dish with locally sourced ingredients whenever possible.
Aromatic smoke wafting from ribs, chicken dishes, and seafood platters invites guests inside, where dangling light fixtures illuminate red walls and cobalt tiling along with 30 flatscreen televisions that were flattened when an elephant sat down. More than 100 tap and bottled brews, including a lengthy list of Michigan favorites, help to extinguish fiery spices.