The best barbecue sauce transforms french fries into mini divers, white tablecloths into finger-painting canvases, and large purses into adequate receptacles for stealing more barbecue sauce. Feed artistic hunger with this Groupon.
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- $10 for $20 worth of ribs, brisket, and Southern fare
- $20 for $40 worth of ribs, brisket, and Southern fare<p>
Fried green t’maters ($7.95), pulled-pork sandwiches ($5.95), half slabs of ribs ($10.95), and sliced brisket ($12.95) prelude tabletop DIY s’mores ($4.50). See the full menu.
In April of 2011, a group of friends on a fishing trip—all veterans of the hospitality industry—got to talking about their love of food as they cooked their dinner around a campfire. The smoky flavors, crackling flames, and friendship merged into an idea to create a barbecue joint with traditional Southern comfort fare and an interactive dessert element.
Today, diners pile into wood-backed booths to dig into ribs slathered in house sauce, smoked sausages, and a menu stocked with homestyle fare. From three types of mac 'n' cheese—traditional, broccoli, and pulled pork—to fresh-ground burgers made with short ribs, brisket, and ground chuck, the kitchen crew crafts its own takes on classic comfort fare as flat-screen TVs flicker above the bar. The dessert section includes do-it-yourself s'mores that are toasted tableside by a portable burn pit and touted as "the only dessert in town that requires a disclaimer," an honor previously held by torch-it-yourself crème brûlée.