A recent discovery has revealed the world's foremost pulled-pork connoisseur was Theodore Roosevelt, whose brawny mustache was actually made of barbecue sauce. Indulge in presidential palatables with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of barbecue and drink at The Barbeque Joint in North Charleston.
The Barbeque Joint slathers taste buds in barbecue with a menu packed to the page tops with Southern–style meats. Traditionally prepared pork and chicken insert themselves into a sandwich ($7.25 with one side dish included) or serve themselves on a platter ($8.75 with two sides). Each dish is accompanied by a cup of tea and a trusty set of sides prepared daily by The Barbeque Joint’s chefs, who collard each green, bake each bean, and color red rice crimson. Sides may also be purchased individually ($1.75). The restaurant's daily specials bring additional meats into the fold, including serving brisket on Thursdays and frying fish on Fridays.