- $18 for four $9 vouchers toward food and drink ($36 value)
- Limit one $9 voucher per person, per visit; two per table
- Everything homemade, even sauces and seasonings
- Dine-in or carry-out only
- Not valid for catering
- Promotion Expires April 14, 2013
If the smell of barbecued beef brisket makes your mouth water, this delicious deal from Bubba's Backyard BBQ in Melbourne might just make your taste buds do a happy dance. For just $18, you'll enjoy $36 worth of tasty southern barbecue treats. Everything here is homemade including sauces and seasonings. Try pulled chicken, pulled pork or riblets, or sink your teeth into Bubba's signature Belly Buster Burger, which features onions, bacon, cheese and chips. Accompany your meal with tasty sides like potato salad, coleslaw, baked beans, macaroni and cheese or sweet potato casserole. Don't forget to save room for a big helping of homemade banana pudding for dessert. Yum!
Located on Aurora Road in Melbourne, you'll find Bubba's Backyard BBQ in suite F. The family-style restaurant is well known for their homemade, freshly prepared barbecue and southern-inspired food items, which are prepared in house from only the highest quality ingredients. The restaurant is perfect for a lunch or dinner with the entire family. The staff is friendly and strives to make each customer's experience a good one.
$18 for four $9 vouchers toward food and beverages ($36 value)
- Purchase limit is 1 per person. May purchase 1 additional as a gift. Valid for carry-out or dine-in only. Not valid on catering. Limit one $9 voucher per person, per visit. Limit two $9 vouchers per table. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash value. No cash back. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Please tip on pre-discounted amount. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Deal valid 24 hours after purchase and expires on April 14, 2013.
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To some, barbecuing might seem like a backwoods tradition, but this saucy style of cooking has even made its way to the White House. The first American leader to hold a White House barbecue was Thomas Jefferson. Lyndon Johnson was the first to introduce Texas-style ribs to the Presidential roost.