Barbecuing is a distinctly American art form, much like listening to jazz music and feigning an understanding of jazz music. Celebrate patriotic cuisine with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of barbecue and beverages at Smokin' Hot Smokehouse in Crestwood.
Smokin' Hot Smokehouse's roster of slow-cooked ribs, chicken, and pork pleases palates with its complexity of flavors and succulent array of dipping sauces. Chicken wings ($9.99/dozen) saunter to tables solo, wrapped in breading, or wearing a dapper fez, and accessorize with a choice of buffalo, jamaican jerk, or traditional barbecue sauces. Workout incisors with bulky plates of baby back or St. Louis–style ribs, both slathered in signature sauce and paired with corn bread, corn on the cob, and a choice of two Southern-inspired sides ($12.99 half rack; $19.99 full rack). Open-face pork sandwiches arrive mouthside drizzled in pepper vinegar sauce or classic barbecue ($12.99), and paper-thin slices of beef brisket ($8.99) woo mouths with love letters of tenderness and onion rings of savory devotion.
Wash down meals with the frothy coolness of domestic ($3) or imported beer ($4) while reveling in the casual dining moxie of Smokin' Hot's private patio. Those looking to host a barbecue bacchanalia may use their Groupon in the smokehouse's party room, which seats up to 125 guests and boasts its own bar, with enough room for playing pin the tail on the swine.