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What You'll Get
Brunch—like twilight, sporks, skorts, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Celebrate everyone's favorite hybrid mealtime with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get two Sunday brunch menu items and two nonalcoholic drinks at Sperry's Restaurant in Franklin (up to a $41.80 value).
Sperry's continues 37 years of family dining and steakhouse eats in its wood-paneled Cool Springs location. Bring a friend, romantic interest, or favorite stuffed animal to Sunday brunch between 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. to indulge in breakfast classics such as belgian waffles topped with crème fraîche and a choice of fruit, pecans, or chocolate chips ($6.95). Bacon and eggs challenge peppers, red onions, and jack cheese to a savory shootin' match in the Western omelet ($7.95), and Burton's Benedict Oskar douses eggs, tenderloin, fried tomatoes, and crab in decadent béarnaise sauce ($17.95). Not to be outshone by breakfast, delectables such as barbecued shrimp and grits ($11.95) and horseradish-spiced prime-rib sliders ($14.95) represent the lunch lobby in Sperry's brunch caucus.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only on Sundays from 10:30AM-3PM. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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 him the toast of the South in the late 1800s. Fast-forward to 1974, when Sperry’s descendants—eager to uphold their great-great-grandfather’s commitment to dining excellence—started their own restaurant to honor his memory. Since opening its doors more than three decades ago, Sperry's Restaurant has expanded to two locations and developed a loyal following thanks to its continued dedication to cooking palate-pleasing steaks and seafood entrees and bending over backwards for its guests. The aroma of crab legs and bacon-wrapped filet mignon converge to form a culinary siren song for diners sitting at tables made from the hatch covers of World War II Liberty ships.