Sonny’s sets the standard for great barbecue fare
Appetizers, soups, salads, salad bar, sandwiches, burgers, barbecue chicken, ribs, pork, beef brisket, smoked sausage, turkey, seafood, vegetables, desserts.
Bright and airy, with lots of honey-colored wood and country flourishes to make you feel right at home.
The smell of barbecue captivates as you enter the door, and the comfy booths ensure you have lots of elbow room for tackling those delicious, smoky ribs.
OUR FAVORITE FOOD/PRICE
We started our feast with some Redneck Egg Rolls, ($6.99), loaded with pulled pork, homemade coleslaw and pepper jack cheese. Served with a side of smoky ranch dip, it was a delicious t wist on the Asian favorite and had us longing for more barbecue goodness. The pulled pork sandwich ($6.29) 3120 S. U.S. 1, Fort Pierce, 772-468-9086 Hours: Sun.-Thurs., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Note: Post writers will anonymously visit a restaurant in your neighborhood each week in search of the best menu item. They’ll tell you about that item and why they liked it in this spot each week. was an oversized helping of slow-cooked pork nestled between two pieces of thick garlic toast, oozing with that smoky barbecue taste we’ve come to crave. For $3 more, I made it a “big deal” and added a drink and side of tasty baked beans. The sweet Sonny’s sauce is my family’s favorite barbecue sauce of all time, but there are several varieties on the table.
REASON TO GO
Sonny’s has been serving some of the South’s best barbecue and homemade sauce since 1968. Prices are reasonable and portions are huge. Even vegetarians will find something to like with the ample soup and salad bar.
It’s the barbecue joint by which we measure all others. We dined at the Fort Pierce restaurant. There are other locations in Stuart and Greenacres.
Very good. The food came out lightning-quick and the waitress was quick to offer drink refills.
Moderately qui e t on a recent Sunday night.
The children’s menu features miniature portions of adult favorites: chicken, ribs, pork, hot dogs and macaroni and cheese.
We dined with a 2-yearold who loved his hot dog.
Sonny’s has been serving some of the South’s best barbecue and homemade sauce since 1968. Prices are reasonable and portions are huge.