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NYC's Best Barbecue
Fatty Cue is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

1. Fatty Cue

50 Carmine St (btwn Bleecker & Bedford), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · West Village · 99 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: As perfectly smoked as anything in the South. Try juicy brisket ($23) with steamed Chinese buns, or oddball items like lamb ribs with tofu yogurt ($14). + backyard pig roasts Sundays in the summer. En savoir plus .

Fatty 'Cue is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

2. Fatty 'Cue

91 S 6th St (btwn Berry & Bedford), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Williamsburg · 114 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: As perfectly smoked as anything in the South. Try juicy brisket ($23) with steamed Chinese buns, or oddball items like lamb ribs with tofu yogurt ($14). + backyard pig roasts Sundays in the summer. En savoir plus .

Delaney Barbecue: SmokeLine is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

3. Delaney Barbecue: SmokeLine

The High Line (at W 15th St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Chelsea · 12 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Take in a view of the Hudson, and meat-head Dan Delaney’s acclaimed beef. Sandwiches range from $8 to $10. Try the delish banana cream pie ($4, available as a special). En savoir plus .

Delaney Barbecue: BrisketTown is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

4. Delaney Barbecue: BrisketTown

359 Bedford Ave (btwn S 5th St & S 4th St), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Williamsburg · 165 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Sauceless beef with a simple salt-and-pepper rub. Brisket ($25 per pound) is the star of the show but side dishes — collard greens ($4), Texas-style beans ($5) — also do the Lone Star State justice. En savoir plus .

Tres Carnes is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

5. Tres Carnes

688 Avenue of the Americas (at W 22nd St), New York, NY
Restaurant mexicain · Flatiron District · 146 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Meats are smoked Texas-style with a traditional rub and packed into soft-shell tacos and burritos. Try signature brisket burritos and soft tacos ($9.50) with a secret-recipe rub of 11 spices. En savoir plus .

Pride and Joy BBQ NYC is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

6. Pride and Joy BBQ NYC

24 1st Ave, New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · East Village · 1 conseil

New York PostNew York Post: With competitive barbecue champ Myron Mixon, expect sauces heavy on vinegar, cayenne red pepper and salt. Anything pork, from ribs to shoulder, is a a good bet. En savoir plus .

Mighty Quinn's BBQ is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

7. Mighty Quinn's BBQ

9.0
103 2nd Ave (at E 6th St), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · East Village · 520 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: The pulled pork might be the best in the city. Don’t miss perfectly salty, tender spare ribs ($23 per rack), not to mention side dishes like baked beans. En savoir plus .

Blue Smoke is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

8. Blue Smoke

8.4
116 E 27th St (btwn Park Ave S & Lexington Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Rose Hill · 421 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Chef Kenny Callaghan makes exemplary Memphis baby back ribs using a 17-spice blend that sits on the ribs for a day. At $16 per half-rack, they're more savory than sweet and fall-off-the-bone tender. En savoir plus .

Blue Smoke is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

9. Blue Smoke

7.9
255 Vesey St (btwn West & North End Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Battery Park City · 115 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Chef Kenny Callaghan makes exemplary Memphis baby back ribs using a 17-spice blend that sits on the ribs for a day. At $16 per half-rack, they're more savory than sweet and fall-off-the-bone tender. En savoir plus .

Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

10. Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue

6.9
433 3rd Ave (btwn 7th & 8th Sts), Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Gowanus · 76 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: The ribs ($12 for a quarter rack) are expertly made, as is the char siu, but our favorite is the barbecued lamb ($7 per quarterpound), a rotating special inspired by Kentucky’s smoked mutton. En savoir plus .

The Strand Smokehouse is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

11. The Strand Smokehouse

25-27 Broadway (at Crescent St), Astoria, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Astoria · 196 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Meat with a Queens flair. Think smoked lamb, duck pastrami and even beef cheeks. A solid neighborhood spot with craft beers on tap, 40 kinds of whiskey and a stage for bluegrass bands. En savoir plus .

Mable's Smokehouse & Banquet Hall is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

12. Mable's Smokehouse & Banquet Hall

8.1
44 Berry Street, Brooklyn, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Williamsburg · 179 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Relies exclusively on Oklahoma-style barbecue recipes from the co-owner's grandmother Mable. Try the brisket ($14.95 for a platter with sides) — it’s served naked with a zingy sauce on the side. En savoir plus .

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is one of NYC's Best Barbecue.

13. Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

8.6
700 W 125th St (at 12th Ave), New York, NY
Restaurant de cuisine au barbecue · Morningside Heights · 500 conseils et avis

New York PostNew York Post: Try Syracuse-style salt potatoes (boiled with lots of salt and served with butter), as well as popular wings ($3.95 for three, up to $13.95 for 13) barbecued to spicy perfection. En savoir plus .