SmokedTurkey1Corner Pub’s newest location at 1916 Columbia Ave. in Franklin, is already known for their Smokin’ Mondays. Now they bring their collective culinary skills to your table with a variety of delectable dishes to alleviate what can be a hectic time: Thanksgiving.

According to General Manager Daniel Rippy, Corner Pub’s pre-ordered turkeys, pork tenderloins, side dishes and pies have become a favorite among customers at the other Corner Pub locations across the mid-state.

“We are happy to be bringing this Corner Pub holiday tradition to the folks here in Williamson County. Our Smokin’ Mondays have already become a huge success and we are looking forward to our first Thanksgiving here in Franklin.”

Orders are being taken now through Friday, November 22nd and pickups will be November 27th after 3:00 p.m. when they will be pulling the meat hot off the smoker and out of the fryers. Orders can be placed by stopping by the Franklin location or by calling: 615-595-7447.

The menu is an eclectic one, featuring a unique take on the Turducken– “The Blokey”. The Blokey, according to Manager Jamison Long, is a tradition that was started at Corner Pub Bellevue.

“The Blokey is an idea that came from one of our regulars at our Bellevue store. He is a bologna afficionado, and after a few adult beverages  one Thanksgiving a few years ago, we decided to stuff a turkey with bologna and smoke it. People liked it, so it is now an annual holiday tradition!”

Items available to order are as follows:

Smoked Turkey (14-16lb W/Gravy) : $39.95

The Blokey (Bologna Stuffed Turkey): $45.99

Fried Turkey: (14-16lb W/Gravy):   $39.95

Whole Smoked Pork Loin: $39.95

1/2 Smoked Pork Loin: $19.95

 

Side Items  (Whole Pan: $17.50,  1/2 Pan: $8.75) include:

Cornbread Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans

Mrs. Ann’s Homemade Pies (a long standing Corner Pub tradition) are $19.95 and include:

Chess, Pumpkin, Fudge, Pecan

 

 

 

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Clark Shelton has made Franklin home for over 2 decades, raised a family (his son currently attends MTSU), and contributed greatly to the quality of life in Downtown Franklin for many years as part of the Heritage Foundation and Downtown Franklin Association. He has been the General Manager of WilliamsonSource.com for 2 years, after serving as Social Media Coordinator in the early days.