Sonny’s prices are as friendly as Southern ladies can be, so to speak. The barbecue restaurant chain, which has more than 120 locations across 9 Southeastern states, specializes in Southern-style barbecue.
Below are the latest Sonny’s menu prices.
|Redneck Egg Rolls||$8.03|
Picked For You
|Pork 3 Ways®||$14.43|
|Redneck Egg Roll||$6.99|
Garden of Eatin
|BBQ Salad + BBQ meat||$9.99|
|Sweet Carolina Sandwich||$8.21|
|Sweet Carolina™ Sandwich||$8.67|
|Big Deal! Sweet Carolina Sandwich||$10.76|
|Whole Hog Sandwich||$8.67|
|Smokin' Gun Sandwich||$9.13|
|Smokin’ Gun™ Sandwich||$8.99|
|Big Deal! Smokin' Gun Sandwich||$11.66|
|Beef Brisket Sandwich||$8.34|
|Big Deal! Beef Brisket Sandwich||$10.64|
|Chopped Beef Brisket||$10.16|
|Pulled Chicken Sandwich||$7.82|
|Big Deal! Pulled Chicken Sandwich||$9.74|
|Sliced Pork Sandwich||$7.29|
|Big Deal! Sliced Pork Sandwich||$9.68|
|Pulled Pork Sandwich||$7.34|
|Big Deal! Pulled Pork Sandwich||$9.68|
|Smoked Turkey Sandwich||$7.33|
|Big Deal! Smoked Turkey Sandwich||$9.68|
|Big Deal! Sonny's Steakburger||$10.82|
|Grilled Chicken Sandwich||$8.16|
|Big Deal! Grilled Chicken Sandwich||$10.82|
|Big Deal! Whole Hog||$11.00|
|Pulled or Sliced Pork||$14.05|
|St. Louis Ribs||$15.74|
BBQ Sandwiches (Deal)
Make it a big deal: add a sidekick any BBQ sandwich.
Served with two sidekicks and choice of bread.
|Ribs and Chicken||$14.04|
|Ribs & Chicken||$15.11|
|Chicken and Pork||$12.73|
|Chicken & Pork||$13.58|
|Ribs and Smoked Wings||$14.06|
|Ribs & Smoked Wings||$14.99|
|Pork 3 Ways||$15.90|
|Baby Back Ribs Lunch||$14.95|
|Sweet & Smokey Ribs Lunch||$11.50|
|House Dry-Rubbed Lunch||$11.50|
BBQ by the Pound
|Sweet & Smokey Ribs||$14.94|
|House Dry-Rubbed Ribs||$14.44|
|Baby Back Ribs||$17.62|
|Homestyle Mac and Cheese||$5.02|
|Original Recipe BBQ Beans||$5.59|
|Baked Sweet Potato||$2.75|
|Corn on the Cob||$2.75|
|Chocolate Chip Cookies||$2.96|
|Crinkle Cut Fries||$2.74|
|Homestyle Mac & Cheese||$5.41|
|Sonny's Signature Sweet Tea||$2.64|
|Sonny’s Signature Iced Tea||$2.72|
|Sonny’s Signature Sweet Tea||$2.69|
|Sonny’s Signature Unsweet Tea||$2.83|
|Dasani Water Bottle||$1.54|
|Gallon Sonny's Signature Sweet Tea||$5.99|
|Gallon Sonny's Signature Tea||$5.99|
|Gallon Sonny's Signature Unsweet Tea||$5.99|
|Half & Half Sweet Tea||$2.89|
|Half & Half Unsweet Tea||$2.89|
|Grilled Cheese Sandwich||$3.93|
Floyd “Sonny” Tillman and Lucille, his wife, founded Sonny’s Real Pit-Bar-B-Q in 17 April 1968 with their first location on Waldo Road in Gainesville, Florida. In 1977, the company began franchising its restaurants such that by 1988, there were 77 locations in 6 states. The menu consisted of pork, ribs, beef, and chicken as well as several sides including beans.
In 1988, Bob Yarmuth acquired Sonny’s. During the 2000s, the chain was the largest of its kind in the United States with approximately 150 locations in 9 states. After moving its headquarters to Winter Park, Florida in 2012, the company changed its name to Sonny’s BBQ.
What It’s Famous For
Sonny’s BBQ menu has Southern style barbecue including pulled pork, sliced pork, baby back ribs, buffalo wings, St. Louis style ribs, and beef brisket; along with burgers, appetizers and sides
Why Eat Here
Your first impression will likely be the unassuming façade of a Sonny’s restaurant followed by the impression of dark interiors from the wood décor to the booth and table seating. But such simplicity is one of the reasons for the chain’s popularity since it adds to the cozy, casual and welcoming atmosphere.
Of course, the wide variety of barbecued meats is the star of the show with choices including pulled pork, brisket, chicken, and ribs. You will love the huge portions of meat coupled with the generous sides and large glasses filled with sweet tea, a must to wash all of the meat and sides down. You also have several choices in sauces, sides and salads including cornbread, baked beans, and potato spears, all of which are flavorful.
When coming into a Sonny’s restaurant, be prepared to have a full meal because of the generous portions from the appetizers to the desserts. You may want to bring along a friend to share the food – or not since the food is just too good to be shared anyway. The extensive menu will be a joy to people who want variety in their meals but it can also be bewildering to customize your own meals without paying extra.
As for the service, the wait staff are generally attentive to the needs of guests, friendly in their approach, and efficient in their movements. Even with a casual vibe, you will feel pampered by the servers.
To learn more about Sonny’s or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.sonnysbbq.com.