This is a sirloin tip roast, like the label says. But it's not just an ordinary roast. It's from Robert Regg, a quirky family-run business that's one of Nashville's tiny handful of federally inspected, HACCP-compliant meat processing plants. (You'd be shocked, but strangely relieved, at the masses of compliance paperwork involved.)
And it's USDA graded "choice," not the "select" grade stocked in supermarkets. (Costco sells choice-grade meat.) Choice meat is lusciously marbled, and you could just cart this little nugget home and cut it into 12 one-pound sirloin steaks. Some will be more tender than others, but all of them could be fajitas or kebabs. For $60. I haven't done it yet; I'm just sayin'. If you do it, report back to Bites.
Robert Regg Meats, 621 Middleton. 244-1945. Opening hours vary, so call first.