One of the City’s first upscale barbecue spots, Blue Smoke serves succulent pulled pork and meaty ribs along with classic Southern sides, like macaroni and cheese.
This hot sauce hot spot got it’s start with a few food carts in Midtown. Now it’s a barbecue emporium on the far west side, serving up faves like ribs with collard greens and mac and cheese.
You can find this Texas-style ’cue deep in the heart of Brooklyn. The Prospect Heights eatery serves pork sandwiches topped with cole slaw and nine different kinds of mac and cheese.
Situated just off Times Square, Virgil's serves up some serious platters, like the Pig Out: brisket, ribs, pulled pork and barbecue chicken along with a couple of sides and corn bread.
This national chain has outlets in Harlem and Brooklyn’s Gowanus neighborhood, where dino-size meals like this Texas brisket plate come with generous side portions and house-cured jalapeños.