Industry News | June 3, 2013

Bar-B-Cutie Opens New Store

Quick-casual barbecue chain, Bar-B-Cutie, announces that its newest store at 2037 North Mt. Juliet Road in downtown Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, has opened. Bar-B-Cutie in Mt. Juliet opened on May 1, 2013, to begin offering the community a Nashville tradition.

 

This location boasts a few special touches. You’ll sit in “family grown” tables and chairs when you arrive. The tables and chairs have been hand-made by the same family that cut and grew the wood. When you look at the menu you will notice that the Original Treat Sandwich (now called the “Cutie Club”), that has not been served since the original Bar-B-Cutie on Murfreesboro Road relocated to Nolensville Road in 1979 appears on the menu. A large cooler awaits you with iced-down bottled Coca-Cola, Root Beer, Orange Sodas, and Yoohoos.

 

The Mt. Juliet Bar-B-Cutie serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner all day long. They serve the traditional hickory-smoked barbecue, a plethora of home-cooked sides, and hand made fried pies. Baby back ribs and half chicken are so popular, owners have hung a sign beside the menu that prompts customer to act quickly. The sign reads, “Cooked and served daily until we run out.” Since the store opened its doors, customers have been forming new favorite finger foods such as fried pickles and barbecue Pork Nachos.

 

This is the first Bar-B-Cutie for owner/operator, Jim Anderson. Bar-B-Cutie Mt. Juliet’s goal is to provide the community with that atmosphere where every customer feels at home and they can expect the best food, quality, and service. 

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