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What You'll Get
Barbecuing is a distinctly American art form, much like listening to jazz music and feigning an appreciation of jazz music. Celebrate patriotic cuisine with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of grilled fare and drinks at Smokin’ Hot Bar & Grille in Glenwood.
Smokin’ Hot Bar & Grille's able staff slathers nine homemade sauces on a bevy of slow-roasted, barbecued eats drawn from a menu of flame-kissed cuisine. The Smokin’ Hot wings arrive drenched from a torrential downpour of sesame teriyaki, spicy Black Jack, or the sauce of your choice (5 for $5.95; 10 for $10.95). Traveling taste buds can find satisfaction in the st. louis ribs—heaps of sauce-soaked, slow-smoked pork (half rack $13.95; full rack $23.95)—and indolent grizzly bears can catch barbecue-salmon sandwiches drizzled in Honey Sun sauce and capped with coleslaw ($11.95). Alternately, bite into a 14-ounce grilled rib eye that smolders in a house rub and steak butter ($22.95).
Liquid refreshments such as the Smokin’ Hot margarita ($8) rehydrate palates parched after too much arguing with ghostly apparitions of old gym teachers. A casual dining area surrounds the bar, bathed in warm luminescence and the healthy glow of cheeks swelled with spicy morsels. A full calendar of live music engages diners with hum-inducing melodies and martini-induced dancing.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Smokin' Hot Bar and Grille
Smokin' Hot Bar and Grille specializes in drenching their hickory smoker meats in their house-made barbecue sauces, from pork and beef to entire turkeys. A buttery wooden bar stretches across the edge of the dining room, where visitors quaff drafts of Sam Adams or Smokin Hot's house ale, order classic or flavored martinis, and enjoy live music on Friday and Saturday nights. Beside their beers, the staff prepares smoked wings coated in one of nine barbecue sauces that range in heat from a pleasant brown sugar to a daringly fiery Black Jack. Steaks coated in house rub char to perfection on the grill, which also cooks pairs of 4-ounce cheeseburgers draped in two different sauces. The kitchen also serves hearty house-made mac and cheese four ways: straight, topped with chili, mixed with black beans, or fried with marinara sauce for dipping. Smokin' Hot Bar and Grille’s team prides itself on creating an atmosphere that’s fun and family-friendly, unlike an R-rated seminar on tax deductions.