It really SHOULD be called “Barbeque Week,” but that doesn’t sound so nifty: Right now we are in the heart of Meat Week 2012, the Holiday That Time Forgot. There’s a solid core of celebrants who are working their way around the city eating barbeque for eight straight days. If you count leftovers for lunch, that’s a lot of barbeque.
Rocklands has the all-powerful anchor position for Meat Week: We’re the ones doing Barbeque Brunch on Super Bowl Sunday. You’ll be tired, yes, but you’ll want to come in to get what Washingtonian called “an awesome-sounding sandwich/hangover cure special … featuring [chopped barbequed] pork, bacon, and a fried egg.” Here’s the special menu we’ll have at ALL Rocklands locations from 11 to 2 pm ONLY this Sunday:
- Southern Barbecued Pulled Chicken Sandwich (served with white sauce and pickles) — $6.99
- Brunswick Stew with cornbread — single serving for $3.49, pint for $5.99
- PB&E Sandwich (chopped barbequed pork, bacon & a fried egg) — $7.99
We’ll have our regular menu, of course. And we’ll stop serving this brunch at 2 pm ON THE DOT to get ready for all of you picking up your Super Bowl orders.
Why do we love Meat Week? Because it’s a fun way to showcase the variety of barbeque available in the DMV. While we’d love to have you eat at Rocklands every day (and Peter does!), some of you want to branch out sometimes. This is the week to test those branches.
Come in and celebrate Meat Week with us!