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Brunch—like twilight, sporks, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Walk the line with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Sunday Brunch From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday, diners chow down on brunch specialties, such as crab-cakes benedict ($13.95), bananas breakfast foster ($9.95), barbecue shrimp and grits ($11.95), prime-rib sliders ($14.95), and a western omelet with bacon ($8.95). Sperry's Restaurant The story of Sperry’s Restaurant began in Jacksonville, Florida, with famed restaurateur and hotelier Burton W. Sperry, whose reputation for fine food and sterling service made ...
Scout Notes: Buck Hussung, owner and founder of Stone House Q, is one of those people who believes that if somethingâ€™s worth doing, itâ€™s worth doing right. So prior to opening Stone House Q in October 2011, he spent two years touring the U.S. and sampling every type of barbeque he could find (weâ€™d like to sign up for that job). Why barbeque? Buck has over forty years of fast food restaurant industry experience (remember Mrs. Winnerâ€™s? He brought that to Nashville) but longed to open his own family run, family friendly restaurant. With his love of barbeque and his wife Raleighâ€™s expertise in the kitchen (sheâ€™s a two-time Southern Living award-winning chef and cookbook author), Stone House Q seemed like the perfect way to combine both of their talents. Word to the wise: Raleighâ€™s loaded potato salad is dangerously delicious. As is the coconut cake. From Alabamaâ€™s mayo and vinegar-based sauce to the sweet, tomato-based sauce weâ€™re used to here in Tennessee, Stone House Q offers barbeque samplings from seven different states. The menu goes beyond the classic pulled pork sandwich (they chop their pork instead of pulling it so you get those big, meaty chunks of awesomeness) to include St. Louis style ribs, Texas style beef brisket, and California rotisserie chicken. In addition to offering a variety of sandwich toppings (we went with bacon and a fried egg for our pork sandwich), we love that everything at Stone House Q is served without sauce, so you really get a chance to taste the quality of the meat and the expertise behind its preparation. And for you gluten-free eaters out there, the entire menu (aside from the buns, macaroni and cheese, and desserts) is gluten free. Yup, even the sauces. Menu Highlights: Sylvan Pork Sandwich Plate, $10.49 Rotisserie Chicken Plate, $11.49 Veggie Plate (choice of three sides), $7.49 Hours: Monday - Thursday, 11am to 7:30pm Friday - Saturday, 11am to 8:30pm Sunday, 11am to 2:30pm