Pork on a Fork BBQ Grill Coupons and Deals
A restaurant is the perfect place for a first date because you can converse while satisfying your date's vital need for liquids, sauces, breads, and meats. Nourish your love with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $25 for a family feast (a $50 value) Half-rack of ribs, three 16-ounce sides, and 1/3-pound servings of pulled pork, beef brisket, chicken thighs, and smoked polish sausage Feeds 4–5 $10 for $20 worth of barbecue and drinks Click to view the menu
Pork on a Fork is tucked into a small business park near Deer Valley Airport in what used to be a chicken outlet. You can almost miss it But with its location I wouldnt call someone crazy for flying in from anywhere in the US to enjoy the pulled pork and brisket or pick up a rack of ribs. Meat like this doesnt come along every day. A limited menu doesnt mean a limited customer base if every favorite is on that menu. From the brisk business going on here at lunchtime its obvious plenty of people many of them customers from the farmers market have found in Pork on a Fork everything they need. In a cafe with a handful of tables one of the owners fills orders. Service is quick and friendly And the shop is simple but adequately appointed. This place scores points simply for its name. Of course cuteness doesnt pay the bills and if the food didnt measure up to its name Pork on a Fork would close faster than you can say sooooey, But lets get down to the real reasons for coming to Pork on a Fork and coming back again and again. Maybe your grandmother made beef brisket I doubt she made it this good Its cut into slabs and stuffed into a fresh sesame bun like were heading to the next Ice Age and have to store protein. Take a minute to enjoy the beauty of the meat. Notice the telltale pink smoke ring that evidence a wellsmoked brisket Its a little charred on the outside tender inside and made to fall apart in your mouth. My fellow meat lover said it was the best brisket she ever had. Succulent is an overworked word here no other work will do the brisket tasted like the outdoors like a Midwestern autumn and a little burning leaves. Choosing between the brisket and the pulled pork is to choose between your children and theyre identical twins At Pork on a Fork nothing in the pulled pork will slow you down as you make your way through these finetextured shreds of pork that has been smoked all day over pecan wood.