Sonny's isn't the greatest BBQ you can find but it's your best bet for very good BBQ if you're in a new town hoping to find a good meal by judging the look of the store fronts. Most restaurants that serve ribs or pulled pork along with a coffee shop list of non-BBQ items tend to cook their pork into submission for that "fall off the bones" offering that is so dry they have to drown the pork with sauce. At Sonny's the meat doesn't fall off the bone but the meat is done right. The sauces and beans aren't world champs but they;re just fine. The salad bar has most everything you want and includes soups and a Brunswick stew that is so good it's worth the stop all by itself.
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