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Morgan's is Brooklyn through and through, a restaurant with a DIY edge that's as mindful of families with young kids as it is of the borough's bearded whiskey fanatics. The Texas-style barbecue is treated seriously (very good brisket, pulled pork and ribs), but there's also the whimsical, crowd-pleasing frito pie smothered with Texas red chili; loaded baked potatoes; and church-supper standby green bean casserole. The restaurant offers a big, casual, wood-detailed space, with a late-night menu of barbecue sandwiches starting at 11pm.