Like a locked steamer trunk in an attic, barbecue recipes are better when they contain a closely guarded family secret. Finally taste the truth with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $34.99 for two meals and two glasses of house wine, Coors Light draft or Yuengling draft, valid Sunday through Thursday (up to $72 total value)
- $41.99 for two meals and two glasses of house wine, Coors Light draft, or Yuengling draft, valid any day (up to $72 total value)
Both options include:
- Two meals (up to a $26 value each)
- Two glasses of house wine, Coors Light draft, or Yuengling draft (up to a $7 value each)
The menu emphasizes classic barbecue meats such as St. Louis–style ribs, short ribs, texas beef brisket, smoked wings, and texas smoked sausage, and also includes hearty traditional dishes such as baked macaroni and cheese, crab cakes, and chicken pot pie. All barbecue is dry-rubbed and slow-smoked in a Southern Pride smoker, then served up au natural so diners can either indulge in the meat’s natural flavor, or slather it with a choice of four sauces, from milder Tomato and Vinegar sauces to hot Orange Habenero.
SuzyQue's BBQ & Bar
The rich scent of real hickory, apple, cherry, and oak wood drifts from low smoldering fires, infusing the racks of meat above with flavor in a Southern Pride smoker. Drawing inspiration from all over the south, SuzyQue’s BBQ & Bar’s cooks apply spicy dry rubs to every ounce of meat before slow-smoking them, then diners can either enjoy it au-natural or slather plates with one of their signature sauces. Their sauces are inspired by recipes from Texas, North Carolina, and St. Louis and built upon a Vinegar, Tomato, or Molasses base. They also whip up an Orange Habanero sauce full of peppery spice.
The resulting mountains of melt-off-the-bone ribs, smoked wings, sausage, and brisket come to table alongside fine dining entrees, including rib-eye steak, fried chicken, and grilled salmon. Eight on-tap and 18 bottled beers lodge at the full bar, along with glasses of craft cocktails and wine, preparing palates for dessert and punctuating the sound of live bands, comedians, and poker games.