BBQ Restaurants in New York City

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For lunch, design your own dish with a yakiniku grilling set. Try the U.S. Kobe beef set ($22), which includes 3.5-ounce portions of both Harami skirt steak and chuck rib. For non-grillers, the garlic-noodles bowl (from $8) or hot-stone-pot bibimbap (from $8) side well with an order of Kurosawa cold sake ($9). The dinner menu includes everything from grilled veggies such as fresh asparagus ($5), broccoli ($4), or garlic button mushrooms ($4) to spicy Chilean sea bass ($15). Noodle dishes including goma negi ramen or udon ($9) and chicken garlic noodles ($10) round out the menu. For dessert, save room for dorayaki ice cream ($6), in which ice cream is sandwiched between two fluffy pancakes. View complete menus for the Midtown and the East Village locations here.

805 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
US

Eight Mile Creek unfurls across two floors, transporting New York diners down under with an exotic spread of Australian pub-style cuisine and imported spirits. Splashed in the flickering glow of candlelight, bronze-tiled walls establish the restaurant's rustic feel, as guests browse menus stocked with grilled-kangaroo skewers, burgers, and elegant entrees such as racks of Aussie lamb. On the first floor, live music further inflates casual airs with energized tunes, and themed holiday parties offer visitors an alternative to stuffy office banquets and get-togethers with socially awkward snowmen. During summer months, Aussie beers and New Zealand wines accompany warm breezes on an outdoor patio, where a wooden deck and an exposed-brick walls combine to create a tranquil dining experience.

240 Mulberry St
New York,
NY
US

After 16 years in the business (and local fame for former establishments David's Chicken and William's BBQ), Eastside is truly a master of succulent flying feasts (every Thanksgiving the restaurant cooks about 300 turkeys). If you desire to depart chicken-strewn shores, sail on toward shoals dotted with grilled hot pastrami and corned beef ($14.99 per lb.), homemade brisket ($15.99 per lb.), filet mignon ($24.99 per lb.), and grilled or poached salmon ($18.99 per lb.). This deal is valid for takeout or delivery (call to see if you're covered by the delivery area if outside of the listed range).

1564 2nd Ave
New York,
NY
US

178 W Houston St
New York,
NY
US

645 9th Ave
New York,
NY
US

The Riverdale Press featured The Barbecue Pit in 2009, and Yelpers give the restaurant an average of four stars:

5788 Mosholu Ave
Bronx,
NY
US