Wish they had real BBQ.
Disappointed. Best thing was the servers and the speed everything came out. Unfortunately what came out wasn't that good. Having never seen the assembly area I expect 17-18 year olds run the "kitchen area".
If you don't know what the real stuff tastes like you may be OK there. If the smell of an open pit offends you - you may be OK there. Obviously they don't have one on premises. Just a slicer and some dip.
Not bad at all. We went here New Years Eve for a late lunch. I'm not big into barbque but the meat eater of the family was dying for brisket. I was surprised to see how many people were here! A lot for the salad bar too. It was all you can eat chicken day for $5.99. Thats a good deal! The brisket was good, VERY smokey, four sauces to choose from. The sides, beans, corn & slaw were delicious!! I know it's petty but I had the best fries I ever had here. They were hot, too hot to handle at first, crispy as could be and not a drop of grease! Yummo
Don't get the salad bar. I ate here a couple times and it was OK. I dared order the "All you can eat" Salad bar, that was a mistake. Something smelled like a dirty diaper and I almost thre up all over the lettuce. Needless to say that was my last trip to Sonny's.
Inexpensive barbecue is the main draw at this reliable Southeastern chain..
Owner Sonny Tillman has been serving the same Southern barbecue and fixings since 1968. A common roadside stop, Sonny's offers low prices and barbecue; roomy booths, wagon-wheel chandeliers and homey craft art are the standard dining room decor. House barbecue sauce, available sweet, regular or hot, spices up large helpings of smoked beef, pork, chicken, turkey and ribs. Sides like fresh fried okra, onion rings and barbecue beans complement the entrees.
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