Eating a hearty slab of ribs makes you feel like a king, much like wearing a crown or banishing the dog to a small island in the South Atlantic. Rule with a silver fork with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for dinner with a full rack of original baby back ribs Sunday–Thursday (a $24.99 value)
- $10 for dinner with a full rack of original baby back ribs on Friday or Saturday (a $24.99 value)
The chefs season full slabs of back ribs with select spices, slow-cook them, and baste them with TR's original or your choice of sauce. Then, they plate the ribs with coleslaw along with your choice of french fries, a baked potato, hand-mashed red-skin potatoes, vegetables, beans, or rice pilaf.
In 1976, Texas financier and pro-football-team owner Clint Murchison Jr. came to Miami to watch his team play in the league championship game. While he was in town, he stopped at a casual joint called Tony Roma's, which drew crowds every night with live entertainment and a simple menu. This included a house specialty people travelled miles to get: slow-smoked baby back ribs. As soon as Murchison tucked into a slab of the tender, richly seasoned meat, he knew he wanted in. His team lost the championship that year, but Murchison's investment in franchise rights paid off. New Tony Roma's locations started opening all over the country—and then around the world.
Today, people in 33 countries on six continents flock to Tony Roma's for the same ribs that impressed Murchison in Miami. Other classics include the appetizer onion loaf, which chefs hand cut, bread, and deep fry before dishing it up with barbecue sauce. Hearty dinner entrees plate steak, chicken, and seafood with an array of sides. Lighter sandwiches and burgers, like a baker's last-minute birthday presents, come wrapped in fresh, fluffy bread.