Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of barbecue and drinks at T-Bone's Sports Café.
A south-side mainstay since its 1986 opening, the smoker-friendly T-Bone's Sports Café sates palates with its menu of mouthwatering barbecue eats. Chicken fingers and fries await dunks into pools of honey mustard ($6.99), and Texas-style chili arrives in a bowl ($4.99) or ten-gallon hat. Blackened rib-eye steak reclines on a sturdy salad bed ($7.99), sandwich buns embrace a heaping portion of pulled pork ($6.99), and juicy burgers arrive adorned in strips of bacon ($8.49) or slices of swiss cheese and mushrooms ($7.99). Diners can nestle into T-Bone's Sports Café's front-room booths or gather around its back-room tables as live musicians serenade guests each weekend and the bar's 17 televisions broadcast highlight reels of the week's most inspiring slow claps.
T-Bone’s Sports Café
Though T-Bone’s cooks can appreciate simple mainstays, such as chilidogs and fried bologna sandwiches, some of their pub-style meals require more painstaking preparation. In an onsite hickory pit, boston butt smokes for 12 hours before chefs pile it onto the hand-pulled pork platter, and beef brisket slow cooks until it’s tender enough to recite sonnets without using a goofy voice. As diners decimate their entrees in T-Bone’s smoke-friendly restaurant and bar, they can pass the time watching SEC football on 1 of 20 TVs (including three big screens) or listening to the live musicians who play a few nights a week.
80% of 144 customers recommend
“my first time in T-Bones,it to my suprise is a very good resturant,waitress was nice,great place”
“Time for a good cleaning”
“We'll be back on to try the ribs.”
1419 Chestnut St.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402