Ebony & Ivory Coupons and Deals
Scout Notes: While working together at a swanky in-town restaurant, Marcus and Victor realized that they went together like, well, ebony and ivory. And so the lead chef (Victor) and lead server (Marcus) decided to try their collective hand at barbecuing. (Spoiler alert: it was a hit.) It's been nearly two years since Ebony & Ivory flung open the doors of their beloved barbecue joint, but to the regulars? They don't want to imagine what life was like without it. And after one taste of some of the best, certainly the smokiest, pulled pork we've had the honor of sinking our teeth into, we're inclined to agree. At Ebony & Ivory, the meat smoker is easy to spot: right out front, on display. And you can see when it's hard at work for two reasons: firstly, there's smoke billowing out, and secondly, the excited honking of every car that passes by. To say that this is a barbecue window that people are passionate about would be a massive understatement. Heck, folks stop in during their lunch breaks just to say hi–simply because they love Marcus and Victor just as much as they love the lineup of 'cued sandwiches, gigantic fried catfish (straight from a Tennessee farm) and tacos. Yes, tacos. Pillowy-soft shells filled with smoked chicken, beef brisket or the aforementioned fried catfish are gleefully topped with any number of sauces. One of seven to be precise. And they range from a kickin' white BBQ sauce in lieu of tartar sauce to Carolina mustard-based. Note: these kind folks also offer unique catering options, from which barbecue is only the starting point. Menu Highlights: Chicken or Pork Sandwich, 3.99 Huge Catfish Sandwich, 6.49 Collard Greens, 1.89 Baked Beans, 1.89 Hours: Mon. – Sat., 11 a.m. to 8-ish p.m. Sundays, 12 p.m. to 8-ish p.m.
When eating out, it can feel like you're forced to choose between fast-food chains and fancy restaurants where the entrées are almost unrecognizable. Enjoy a meal that's somewhere in the middle with today's deal from Ebony & Ivory in Smyrna. Pay $7 for $15 to spend on food and drink from a menu that features down-home Southern cooking. Indulge in smoked chicken wings, a fried catfish sandwich, and pork, chicken, or beef brisket topped in your choice of sauce -- like sweet, spicy, or peach barbecue varieties. Owners Marcus Phillips and Victor Amato have more than 22 years of combined experience in serving up delicious dishes. Whether you see the world as black and white or gray, Ebony & Ivory has the flavorful fare to fill you up at a price that won't put you in the red. Want more? Check out Ebony & Ivory on Facebook.