Pit Smoked BBQ in the down home neighborhood of Red Hook Brooklyn.
The tacos, the baked beans... everything here is so good (and so filling!).
My favorite BBQ plus live music!
Best TX style BBQ I've had in NYC. And great atmosphere.
Hometown has recently earned a reputation for being the best BBQ in the city, and it is pretty immediately obvious why. It is incredibly authentic to Texas BBQ standards, particularly Austin
If you're trying for the BANG BANG w/ Brooklyn Crab don't load up too much on BBQ :)
Great brisket. Good spare ribs. Skip the sausage. If you like queso definitely get the Mac and cheese.
The best BBQ I have ever had...
Went there on the Sat evening b4 Thanksgiving. Got there about 9:30 They were out of abt 80% of their entrees! Say what? The only saving grace was the bar tender buying us a round of drinks
The ribs are amazing! If they're out of the normal buns skip he sandwich and just get the meat.
Seen in Episode 6 of "Master of None"
Great BBQ and beer. Good for big groups.
Get the beef rib, it's the shiz
The lamb Bahn mi is amazing, worth the trip. The brisket was good w sauce but I like Fette Sau's better. Wings are great too.
Juicy, glistening pulled pork with a spicy kick. Perfect, I mean PERFECT collard greens. You're missing out if you don't come get this right now.
The Sriracha wings and beef rib are great. Also, one of the best mac n cheese.
Best bbq in the city, well worth the schlep!
Get here early because they might run out of your favorite cut. Or don't, so there's more for me.
Pork spare ribs are excellent, brisket good, mac & cheese amazing.
Pastrami bacon, brisket, chicken, with sides of beans, collard greens, potato salad (the slightly tarty and refreshing type). Finish up with some incredibly sweet (ripe) banana pudding.
Overrated - food was bland. Try Mighty Quinn's beef and short ribs instead
YES. Mac and cheese, brisket, and the tacos are so so so so good.
Menu sells out quickly. Not better than Hill Country but a great BBQ nonetheless.
Amazing food. Try beef rib :)
Can't wait to get back!
Beef ribs are consistently amazing
Beef ribs are a must. Sriracha wings and mac and cheese are bomb as well.
Get the beef ribs, it's enough for two and feels so right.
You can smell the smoked meats on the breeze as you approach. Really solid BBQ, sold by the pound on a tray. Rivals other favorite NYC BBQ joints like Fette Sau. Live music in the side bar.
Try the brisket, pastrami bacon, and lamb belly. Get a side of whiskey pickles to cut the grease.
Get the brisket, lamb belly, sticky ribs, collard greens, Mac and cheese, and beans.
Probably the best barbeque you are going to find in the New York City area without having to step outside the subway boundaries. You can skip the sides, the best thing by far is the ribs.
Super moist brisket, awesome beef rib and tasty sides. Great atmosphere for chilling with some 'cue and beer.
The beef brisket, pork and beans and potato salad are some of the best I've had.
If you had only one item to get, the beef ribs are the best thing on the menu! Incredible.
Order the brisket. The moonshine shots pack a bunch for $5.
Amazing spot !!!!
Brisket was not as fatty as some other places, but the thick black crust was like no other place. Deserves it's spot as NYC's best brisket. Lamb belly was also good.
Line gets super long on a Friday night, but worth the wait. The beef rib and brisket are a must. And the beans with burnt ends were a winner.
Hands down the best BBQ in NYC. The spare ribs are out of this world.
Pastrami is manna from heaven. DT Gill is a silver fox and a great bartender.
Top 3 bbq in NYC worth the ResdHook trek. Brisket as good at Mighty Quinn's, and a unique lamb belly banh mi sandwich where the sweet and spicy sauce cut the lamb fat perfectly.
Best BBQ in NY
Beef rib, pulled pork, brisket. Skip the chicken and coleslaw. Mac n cheese is pretty good too. Don't take too long to order at the bar or else the bartender will get sassy
If there's a special meat, GET IT!
Some of the best bbq I have ever had in NYC. Everything is delish but DO NOT miss: pulled pork, spare ribs, Mac & cheese, corn bread.
Get a beef rib for sure. Skip the brisket, as it's similar to the rib and go for something different like the amazing Sriracha wings. Be careful about over ordering.
Brisket was great. Beef rib great as well--one rib will feed one very hungry person or two normal people. Mac and cheese is OK but nothing to write home about.
It's all about the brisket bb
Start with the brisket or spare ribs, but be sure to get a side of Texas Style Queso Mac & Cheese. Very rich and creamy.