What You'll Get
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 $18, you get a barbecue meal for two at Texas Hold’Em BBQ (up to a $42.40 total value) that includes the following:
- Any two entrees except the full rack of ribs (up to an $18.95 value each)
- Two small sides (a $2.25 value each)
The dedicated grillmasters at Texas Hold’Em BBQ serve up a menu of roadhouse-style, flame-kissed fare in a casual new location. Sample barbecue favorites such as pulled pork and beef brisket, available in half-pound or full-pound portions, or sink forks into the barbecued chicken, available in quarter, half, or whole sizes that will satisfy fowl fanatics and fraction lovers alike. Patrons can savor flora-fauna hybrids by filling maws with the stuffed bell peppers, which pair a choice of pulled pork or beef with chunky blue cheese, or the texas potato, stuffed with pulled pork, barbecue chicken, or barbecue beef and topped with sour cream and chives. Each diner also receives one of Texas Hold’Em’s side dishes, including collard greens, baked beans, and corn on the cob, all of which stick to ribs like spandex tube tops on an anatomy professor's skeleton model.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 7, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for full rack of ribs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Texas Hold'Em BBQ
Inside the brick oven at Texas Hold'Em BBQ, meats sizzle alongside whole bell peppers. There's a reason why the latter are called The Grilled Stuffed Bell Peppers Bluff—behind the vegetable exterior and under the blue-cheese crumbles lie hidden helpings of beef or pulled pork. The restaurant's menu carries its poker theme across meals such as the Nachos Two Pair and the All In sandwich, but its classic barbecue dinners have no need for a new name. Guests can order chicken, ribs, sausages, and brisket to pair with traditional sides, including baked beans and corn on the cob. At the bar, a catalog of craft beers from assorted breweries counterbalances saucy bites more refreshingly than iced glasses of more sauce. With TVs spread along the length of the bar and a penchant for private sports parties, Texas Hold'Em BBQ advocates for team spirit in addition to smoky roadhouse dining.