Durk's Bar-B-Q

Come to Durk’s to kick back with a glass of the rotating house punch (likely made with whiskey or bourbon) and a damn good brisket sandwich loaded with fall-apart meat and charred jalapenos and onions. While barbecue is the main draw here, Durk’s pierogi are downright excellent: they’re plush and oniony, the dough has just the right amount of chew, and bits of smoked pastrami are scattered on top because, yes, they smoke meat here. They have sidewalk seating when it gets warm, so you can watch fancy folks strutting into Gracie’s as you dab barbecue sauce from your mouth and take another bite of your smoked meatloaf sandwich.

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