It had been many years since I ate at Sprayberry's, until a quick trip through the area late last year. The place hasn't changed a bit inside, and still has that feel of history. You can almost sense the "ghosts" of all the regulars who ate here over the years and have passed on. The servers were all very sweet and helpful, with charming Georgia accents :-)
I've had alot of BBQ in many states since living in Newnan, and Sprayberry's certainly has their own style of pork BBQ, especially when you consider their sauce. The strong vinegar base is not going to be everyone's "cup of tea", but I sort of like it, in small doses.
The 'cue was cooked perfectly, however, and had that nice smokey flavor that's so hard to find in California. This is also one of those few places where they know what "outside chop" means. Their Brunswick stew is fantastic, and I actually like it better than their chopped pork, but this style of stew is going to be lost on many people who didn't grow up with it
Overall, a good place for BBQ and history, especially if you've never been here before. (3 star food, one star added for the brunswick stew)
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