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Posted by Anonymous on 09/25/2005
If you come here, plan to eat Barbecue. That's what's best. The Kansas City ribs are the best barbecue I've had since I moved to New York. Beware, the portions can be huge. The first time we went my husband and I shared a full rack of KC ribs and a side of greens. (They brought plates so we could share it and acted like this was a common request). We thought that if the ribs were thin like most places, we could manage the full rack between us. But the ribs were so meaty we couldn't finish it. I like the pulled pork too (tried a different time).
Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2005
Blue Smoke rocks. The service is great and the macaroni and cheese is amazing. I would eat there everyday if I could!
Posted by Anonymous on 09/16/2005
Nothing here was really that great. The food seemed more like something I'd get at a rotisserie fast food place for 1/5 the price. The mashed potatoes were only okay, the fried chicken had barely any meat, the biscuits were greasy, and the macaroni and cheese tasted like it was made with Velveeta. I hope the jazz is good because that's all these guys got going for them.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/15/2005
Danny Meyer and BBQ--food is great, service is great, ambiance is great. A perfect casual restaurant!
Posted by Big Dave on 09/09/2005
I'm no BBQ expert but I know good food and I've always had good meals at blue smoke. Ribs are good, pulled port is great, and even their seafood dishes are nice. Unlike other reviews, I think the service is excellent - fast, prompt, and quick to refill your drink (soda refills free). Not least, the place is a blast for larger groups. It's loud, you eat with your hands and people leave smiling.
Posted by mightymike on 09/04/2005
Been there three times this year and i just keep going back for more. The ribs are great and the wings are too. Bourbon and beer lists are great.
Posted by misplaced Texan on 08/17/2005
The brisket was so hard and dry you have to use a steak knife to cut it. The Mint Juleps where made up of lots of sugar-water, mutilated mint leaves and little bourbon. If you have never had real B-B-Que then I guess you won?t know the difference.