35 "BBQ" Restaurants in New York.
If you’re looking or a sandwich in Industry City and don’t feel like eating a massive mound of meat at Hometown Bar-B-Que, stop by Ends Meat.
Zeppelin Hall is a huge beer garden in Jersey City that’s perfect for day drinking with a big group.
Hamilton Pork is a BBQ spot in Jersey City with good Happy Hour deals and a big backyard.
Izzy’s is a casual kosher BBQ spot in Crown Heights that makes smoky brisket you’ll want to eat on a quarterly basis.
Mothership Meat Company is a barbecue spot in Astoria with a great back patio and some very good ribs, and you should spend a Saturday afternoon here.
Gyu-Kaku is a Japanese BBQ restaurant in Midtown that’s fun for a big group and good for kids.
Holy Ground is a below-ground Tribeca spot that looks like an old-school steakhouse, but actually specializes in slow smoked meats.
Queens Bully is a BBQ spot in Forest Hills that’s good for day drinking with a group or watching sports on TV.
For barbecue on the Lower East Side, go to Randall’s. It’s counter-service, there’s a full bar, and they make some good sandwiches on bialys.
Pig Beach is a BBQ spot in Gowanus with a huge outdoor area that’s best for day-drinking with a group.
Fletcher’s BBQ at the Riis Park Beach Bazaar in Rockaway Beach is an outpost of their Gowanus spot and they make great pulled pork.
Rockaway Brewing Co. is a brewery tasting room in the Rockaways where you can get craft beer and some BBQ.