One of the cardinal rules of a party is "Always have more than enough food for everyone," a rule superseded only by "Never mix alcohol with access to a particle accelerator." Secure sustenance for all revelers with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get $60 worth of catering services from The SugarHouse Barbeque Company.
The SugarHouse Barbeque Company's catering team bedecks platters with a menu of slow-smoked meats barbecued Memphis-style to sate bellies at company get togethers, weddings, and family celebrations. Event hosts can pick up their feasts and nourish guests with SugarHouse's signature smokey Memphis-style ribs ($16.99/slab), which pack two to three servings in each slab, or lay out a spread of texas beef brisket ($13/pound), hand-sliced to avoid the boot prints often left by foot slicing. Gastronomic gurus smoke dixie chicken over fruitwood ($8/half bird) and hand-pull slow-cooked pulled pork into tender strips ($11/pound). To wage an epic battle against hunger sure to be passed down through at least four generations, the savory meats can pair up with flavor-enhancing sides to including macaroni 'n' cheese ($3.99/pint), barbecue beans ($4.99/pint), or greek oven-roasted potatoes ($3.99/pint).
The SugarHouse Barbeque Company
The SugarHouse Barbeque Company's owner, Bill Smithers, recommends the cherry-smoked chicken wings or the carolina pulled pork. Regardless of what diners choose, they'll enjoy the truly southern environment Bill has cultivated at his barbecue restaurant—a warm family-friendly atmosphere permeated by a sense of respect for the food, diners, and servers. Skilled barbecue chefs send out dishes from a menu of dry-rubbed Memphis-style specialties that let the meat shine through the seasoning, whether it's turkey breast, chicken and ribs, or beef brisket. The platters all come respectfully dressed in a choice of four sauces: the signature sauce is sweet and mild, whereas the hot sauce gets its fire from a healthy dose of cayenne, the mustard sauce's unusual bouquet adds depth to smoked meats, and finally, the carolina pig sauce is made from a traditional recipe that uses cider vinegar and a special blend of spices. To cap meals off, diners can choose from a menu of southern specialty desserts that include classics such as pecan pie, bread pudding, and lightly battered wraparound porches.