Sharing a meal with loved ones is a way to connect, create memories, and discover which family member has been a robot all along. Refuel your clan with today's Groupon at Southern Belle Lunch and Catering. Choose between the following options:
For $11, you get a southern meal for two (a $23 value), which includes:
- Two daily meals with two sides and bread (a $10 value each)
- Two drinks (a $1.50 value each)
For $40, you get $80 toward catering services.
Southern Belle’s cast of Cajun-inspired comfort fare rotates daily. Twosomes can venture in on any given day of the week to find a different entree gracing table space, with Monday’s leadoff batter consisting of red beans and rice with andouille sausage. Wednesday’s crawfish étouffée over basmati rice pilaf gives way to a Friday’s fill of blackened-chicken pasta in creole tomato sauce, finishing the work week with a piquant tang instead of a cracked computer monitor and broken glasses. A beverage, bread, and choice of two sides such as baked mac 'n' cheese or Mississippi cheddar grits sidle up to entrees, which diners can enjoy at one of Southern Bell’s wood tables or at home by opting for carry-out or free delivery.
Today’s second option energizes catered events with a choice of meat, side, and two starches per person at $10 a head. Feed eight friends or deny the pleasure to eight enemies with platters of blackened catfish, creole braised pork shoulder, or bourbon brown-sugar-glazed beef brisket sided with sautéed asparagus or penne-pasta salad. Southern Belle recommends placing catering orders one week in advance.
Southern Belle Lunch and Catering
Chef David Johnson and his culinary team create southern comfort fare with a Cajun zing. The menu rotates daily, offering special items such as beef tips with garlic mashed potatoes on Tuesdays and bourbon-glazed peach pork loin paired with mississippi grits on Thursdays. Along with preparing food for dine in, take out, or delivery, the staff also caters corporate events such as employee-appreciation lunches and executive-level food fights.
The long-gran [<i>sic</i>] rice was perfectly cooked, and I liked the green onions. The portions are large enough to set aside some for leftoversKerry, I Love Memphis, 8/24/11
1329 Madison Ave.
Memphis, Tennessee 38104