I am who I am and as unique as that may be, my bottom line is generally irie and my joy is limitless.
Get there while it's hot and before it's gone and it'll be the best smoked and pulled pork you have ever had in Nashville. I don't know how they do it, but they do it well.
A major mistake has been made. Stone House Q wasn't listed once. Come on guys, BBQ and ribs... I'd think you'd know where the goods are at. Highly disappointed.
I agree with marilynb23 and mike... how can Whitts seriously count as a valid vote? And yeah marilynb23, I'm very surprised that Stonehouse Q wasn't listed for at least BBQ but also for ribs.
Made a point to try Harris Teeter's chicken salad last night. I got it in a wrap and it was very good. I personally like chunkier meat and a bit more texture... that's where Stone House Q's chopped celery and sliced almonds make up the difference. HT's wasn't bad at all, I do like how it's a savory kind, not a sugary grape-fulled type, but I still think Stone House Q's chicken salad takes the cake.
I can't wait for this one. I'm very excited and hope they live up to the hype.
Get to Stone House Q while it's hot and before it's gone and it'll be the best smoked and pulled pork you have ever had in Nashville. I don't know how they do it, but they do it well. You can tell everything is made from scratch and THIS is what separates them from the other BBQ franchises and chain restaurants.
You gotta give credit to a restaurant who doesn't slather sauce on their ribs or pulled meats before serving them... restaurants who do this are moistening their dry meats so consumers won't realize how dry it is. Stone House lets you put your own sauce on it yourself, and the ribs don't even need it.
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