Welcome to Sweet P’s Barbeque
Chris Ford turned his love of southern cuisine into Sweet P’s, a catering company founded in 2005. Working out of his home with the help of his wife and daughter (Sweet P) the company grew through word of mouth and a reputation of having authentic barbeque, great sauces and out of this world sides. In 2008 it was time to bring a partner on to open a dine in location. Jonathan Ford, Chris’s cousin, would fill that role making the company a true family affair. Located on the little river in Knoxville Tn. Sweet P’s Barbeque and Soul House, the restaurant, opened to rave reviews in the spring of 2009. With it’s family jukejoint atmosphere and great entertainment not to mention the award winning food Sweet P’s garnered local praise and national media attention. In 2010 Sweet P’s made their national TV debut appearing on the Travel Channel’s Man Vs. Food.
CHEFS TABLE AT THE SOUL HOUSE
On Monday June 16th, we will be hosting our second Chef’s Table at the Soul House. Chef’s Eddie Faircloth and Joshua Russell are proud to present “Reflections of our Sister Cities” a six course tasting menu featuring items inspired by Knoxville’s seven sister cities. Chelm Poland, Chengdu China, Larissa Greece, Neuquén Argentina, Muroran Japan, Yesan County South Korea, and Kaohsiung Taiwan will all be represented in this culinary trip around the world. The evening will start at 6:30 and include wine and beer pairings with your meal. The cost is $60 a head and reservations can be made at 865-804-4843. Limited seats are available. Come join us in South Knoxville, the epicenter for southern culture and great food!
Barbeque & Soul House
Specializing in the art of smoked foods Sweet P’s prides itself on doing things the right way in the tradition of it’s southern heritage..slow and low. The menu is a fresh take on soul food classics turning old favorites into Sweet P’s originals. Everything is made daily using fresh ingredients and the highest quality of meats. So come on by and experience a modern twist on soul food.
Check out Soul Power featuring the best in old school soul Sundays from 6pm to 8pm brought to you by Sweet P’s Barbecue and Soul House.