Are you ready for some football…feasting? Now that the NFL and college football season is in full swing, families and friends will be gathering around the boob tube, taking in games and spending some quality time shouting at players, refs and coaches. So why not treat yourself so some quality barbecue grub while doing so? And I’m not talking cocktail weenies and dry chicken wings. Bobby-Q in Phoenix has kicked off their Football Feast for Four. The delectable barbecue feast includes 18-hour smoked beef brisket, seasoned pulled pork, pecan-smoked St. Louis ribs and juicy BBQ chicken straight off the rotisserie. There’s a meat for every quarter with four half-orders of Bobby Q’s best meats, your choice of two sides and four corn breads. The entire Football Feast for Four comes in at $28 (about what it would cost for a grocery-store sandwich tray. Yeah, we’d prefer this Bobby Q deal, too).
Side items include ranch beans, pecan cole slaw, mac and cheese, potato salad, roasted corn and mashed potatoes. If that’s not quite enough to satiate your quarterback-size appetite, in addition to the aforementioned meats, Bobby Q serves up three different types of ribs (St. Louis, Texas and baby back) as well as salmon, burgers, hand-cut steaks, smoky sausage links and more. Football Feast for Four is now available every Sunday through the football season. Add your own beer and you’re all set for a delicious and filling football game-ready feast. 8501 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix. To order your feast, call 602.995.5982 or visit http://www.bobbyq.net/.
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