Just like the gnat or biting fly it’s named for, Sandfly, Georgia is just a tiny dot on the map near Savannah, Georgia. Settled by the freed slaves of Noble Jones,Wormsloe plantation owner, the little township concentrated at the intersection of Skidaway Road and Ferguson Avenue has a plethora of restaurants, one grocery store, and several other necessary places of business.
As you are driving toward Sandfly, you can see curls of smoke rising from the wood-burning smoker just across from the restaurant, then aroma becomes more intense as you near the Sandfly BBQ Restaurant. As a barbecue aficionado, I’m drawn to this tiny space and have frequented it many times. The sandwiches are delicious-pulled pork on a soft bun served with classic coleslaw. If you are really hungry-a plate of the same or if you are a beef lover, try the brisket. I have not had the ribs or the chicken, but there is always a next time.
This is my contribution to Black and White Wednesday, created and hosted by Susan of The Well-Seasoned Cook. At the moment, I can’t remember which camera I used to shoot this photo, but it was converted to black and white using Snapseed for iPad.