The Grand Ole Opry has made countless contributions to American country music, helping launch a litany of legends into stardom since the 1920s. Now, they’re expanding their influence to Nashville’s mobile food scene via Opry Back Porch BBQ. If you could transfer the spirit of country music into food, the results would taste an awful lot like the dishes served at this truck.
From Dolly’s self-proclaimed status as a backwoods Barbie to Loretta’s pride in being a coal miner’s daughter, country songs have always celebrated a no-frills lifestyle. It makes sense the food should match. The menu at Opry Back Porch BBQ doesn’t get too fancy, sticking to a bounty of low ‘n slow smoked meats that are nevertheless packed with natural flavor. Pair your choice of protein with a side of baked beans or coleslaw and enjoy. There are even vegan options so those hopping on the modern meat-free trend can indulge. The best part of all though? They cater, so have Opry Back Porch BBQ out to cater your next event to bring in some country vibes.
Brisket — Brisket complete with the perfect balance of a charred exterior and a tender, juicy center. Yum.