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Reviews from nymag.com
Posted by Anonymous on 11/04/2012
Having been recently disappointed by a BBQ joint nearby, we were relieved and thrilled to finally find a local, comparatively cheap, tasty spot in the neighborhood. The pulled pork sandwich was massive, tender and savory. I had mine with cheese melted onto the texas toast that makes the sandwich, it added the extra kick with the pickle chips that meant I didn't have to add more BBQ sauce (though my friends did to their cheese-free ones). The tater tots were a bit salty but not unbearable. The onion straws were AMAZING and so was the sizeable hunk of cornbread. The soft drinks are super cheap ($1) and the bartender made me a lemonade from scratch after I asked if they served it (I guess they don't, he does). The only downside was my friends and I all ordered one at a time (you have to fight your way to the back of the room to do this, btw) and one friend's food arrived promptly, myself and the other friend... were apparently forgotten for another 20min. Not a great service experience. Good atmosphere, ok-priced. Well worth another go.
Posted by steph on 10/30/2012
The pulled pork was small and served on white bread; disappointing! The chicago dog $5, was half the size of a hewbrew naitonal frank , not worth it , Tater tots greasy and totally over salted! Lucheonette food is better! Drinks were good, and priced according to the Slope area. Can't understand the good food reviews , thought the food was unappetizing. Won't go back .
Posted by Anonymous on 09/05/2012
this place is such a relief after all the high end foodie restaurants that have taken over fifth avenue. crazy delicious barbeque (at least the pulled pork and the brisket, all we tasted so far -but plan on working our way through the menu!) excellent prices, laid back late at night, don't know about earlier. it doesn't feel forced or "disneyfied", it's not trying to be too Down Home or some nonsense, it's just a nice late night joint with excellent inexpensive food and friendly folks behind the bar. nuff said, and welcome.
Posted by Jillian on 08/28/2012
Just checked this place out and couldn't believe NY finally has something that is super affordable, and you'll walk away stuffed! $8 for a pulled pork sandwich and $6.50 for a burger. The atmosphere was super relaxed too, which I love. It's my new favorite spot to meet up with my friends for drinks :)
Posted by jen480 on 08/23/2012
I really enjoyed the pulled-pork sandwich and the brisket sandwich. They were served on thick Texas toast, which was a nice touch. I will definitely be back for the food. However, we ordered two bourbon and cokes for $14 a pop. Really??!! It wasn't even top shelf bourbon. Total rip off. Will be sticking to the beer from now on.