Fat Jack's BBQ Coupons and Deals
At this Broken Arrow spot, meat isn't cut until you order it and the baked potatoes are so good that they sometimes sell out at lunch; no wonder fans say it's "BBQ done right:" • $7 for $14 to spend on food and non-alcoholic beverages • Menu includes brisket, ribs that fall off the bone, classic sides like baked beans, and more • Open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fat Jack's BBQ's Website | Facebook
Why You Should Go: While it sometimes seems like it’s a vegetarian eat vegetable world out there, it is possible to find safe haven from the Meatless Monday phenomena. Stand proud of your carnivorous instincts with the award-winning BBQ, downtown home fixins and championship ribs at Fat Jack's BBQ, now with locations in Philly and Jenkintown. Why You'll Love It: These championship ribs and award-winning BBQ have earned major buzz, voted "Best Barbecue" by 2011 Philly Hotlist, Philadelphia Magazine's "Best of Philly" in 2006, and WIP’s Glen Macnow's BBQ rib champions. After one taste, you won't need more proof that no one does BBQ quite like Fat Jacks. What To Order: Treat your taste buds to Carolina pulled pork, Texas beef brisket or their championship St. Louis-cut ribs, smoked over real Tennessee hickory wood for up to 18 hours then slathered in your choice of Memphis dry rub or the pit master's own secret BBQ sauce. Be careful because that might only whet your appetite…
The smoke from a wood-fire oven enhances meat with complex flavors and can create a smoke screen so that no one sees you eat an entire roast boar. Pig out with this Groupon. $12 for $25 Worth of Barbecue The Alabama Slammin’ chicken sandwich with bacon is $6.99, half-slabs of Texas beef brisket are $14.99, and deep-fried corn on the cob is $2.99. See the full menu. Fat Jack's BBQ Fat Jack's BBQ’s proprietor Glenn Gross has always been passionate about barbecue. Starting at the age of 11, Glenn manned the grill at family cookouts, fine-tuning his technique and flavors ...