Abbey's Real Texas BBQ Coupons and Deals
THE WHOLE HOG Come for the meat, stay for the atmosphere. Right now just $12 gets you $24 to spend on the finest barbeque outside of the Longhorn state at Abbey’s Real Texas BBQ. Abbey's isn't your average smokehouse—it’s more of a family hangout and place regulars can’t get enough of. Whether it’s smoked with hickory, mesquite, apple or oak, you won't go hungry at Abbey's. Chow down with this deal today! WILD WEST BEST Owned by Matt and Athena Shlemon, Abbey’s was born after Matt decided he loved BBQ so much he had to own a restaurant. Five kids later, the Schlemons are staples at Abbey’s, a restaurant they bought and named after one of their daughters. All the meats are cooked on site in cast iron smokes and served in combos: choose the meats and sides you like. Yelpers rave about their brisket and pulled pork. Get yours today!
The Fine Print
- $18 worth of food and drinks to Abbey's Real Texas BBQ at 6904 Miramar Rd. Expires 8-15-13. - May buy Multiple Vouchers, but Limit 1 per table, per visit. Not valid on Holidays or for a la carte items. Dine in Only. No cash back or credit given on unused amount. Not valid for happy hour, tax or gratuity.
All of our meats are slow cooked on site in cast iron smokers heated only with green oak and mesquite. Our Beef Brisket and the Pork Shoulder are cooked for 18 to 24 hours. The smokers were delivered from Texas and are hand built by a family who have been making cast iron smokers for generations. Our Brisket is cooked with the fat-cap that becomes crispy to hold in flavor, and the pork shoulder is cooked with bone in for the best pork flavor. Our sides, including coleslaw, rice, beans, and chili are made fresh daily on site with long held family recipes. Abbey’s Real Texas BBQ is owned and operated by Matt Shlemon and his wife, Athena. In the 80’s Matt was a college student majoring in pre-med in Chicago, but didn’t like the weather there, so after Matt received he bachelors degree he and Athena came to San Diego. One day in 1987, just weeks after coming to San Diego, Matt was having lunch at Real Texas BBQ and found it to be the best food he had ever had! The restaurant was not for sale, but Matt talked with the owners and at that first lunch Matt made an offer on a paper napkin to buy the restaurant. After a few hours of discussions and several napkins worth of notes, Matt was in the BBQ restaurant business. Before he took over however, and while the notes from the napkins were being transferred to escrow documents, Matt and Athena took a trip to Texas and visited BBQ restaurants and talked to the customers. In Texas they learned about wood smokers, meats, sauces and so much more