BBQ Restaurants in Jersey City


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  • Legal Beans
    Find great grub without the attitude at Legal Beans — this barbecue joint is the perfect place for a low-key meal in the heart of Jersey City's Historic Downtown district. Legal Beans is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Long guest list? Not a problem at Legal Beans, where big parties will find plenty of room to spread out in comfort. Summer meals will taste even better when you enjoy them on Legal Beans' gorgeous patio. Can't get out to Historic Downtown tonight? Have your food from Legal Beans delivered straight to your door, or swing by and carry out your meal yourself. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Legal Beans as well. Diners that drive to dinner will find street parking readily available at Legal Beans' Division Street address. Legal Beans is quite pricey, so get ready to fork out more than $75 per person to dine here. You can leave the credit cards at home when heading to Legal Beans — it's strictly cash-only. Legal Beans dishes up breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by for your favorite meal.
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    2 Division Street
    Jersey City, NJ US
  • Abbey's Grill
    For bar nibbles and pub food par excellence, Abbey's Grill is a top pick. Abbey's Grill is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. The bar is stocked with TVs, so you can watch the next big game. Free wireless internet is also available at Abbey's Grill, so bring your tablet or laptop along. For comfortable outdoor service, Abbey's Grill sets up a seasonal patio. During the bar's weekend rush, waiting in line is the name of the game (so avoid Friday and Saturday nights if you're looking for something quick). Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Abbey's Grill as well. null Your bill at Abbey's Grill will typically run less than $30 per person, so bring the whole gang!
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    409 Monmouth St
    Jersey City, NJ US
  • Kikiriki
    Start with a serving of croquetas at Kikiriki — this restaurant is known for its flavorful Latin American cuisine. Looking for low-fat, gluten-free meal options? Look no further than Kikiriki. The restaurant accepts reservations, so you can get around the busy crowd. Short on time? Don't wait for a driver — pick it up yourself. Street parking is readily available near Kikiriki's Central Ave location. Kikiriki is a spot for big spenders, so get ready to spend more than $75 per person to dine here.
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    301 Central Ave
    Jersey City, NJ US
  • Hill Country Barbecue Market
    Yes, Hill Country is a restaurant, but no hostess will seat you and no server will come by to take your order. Instead, arriving patrons are given a meal ticket, which they carry into a Texas-style market. At one counter, they order meats by weight, watching as pitmasters pull their selection from smoking pits fueled with Texas post oak and the menus of lesser barbecue restaurants. The menu includes the signature moist brisket—juicy, fatty morsels that New York Times’ reporter Pete Wells is said to order a pound of every time because it shows “Hill Country’s rotisserie barbecue pits at their finest.” Whatever meat guests choose, it’s carved onto sturdy sheets of butcher paper they carry with them as they stop at additional counters to collect sides and desserts. Though all meat is served with white bread or crackers, a lineup of sides includes corn pudding, Longhorn cheddar mac ‘n’ cheese, and sweet potato bourbon mash. The dessert case displays temptations such as banana pudding, which Wells gushed is “built upon a custard so thick with eggs and cream it brings Paris to mind.” Guests can return to the counters as many times as they like; each item ordered is noted on their ticket, which they turn in to the cashier at the end of the meal. The menu has some devoted culinary fans—renowned food critic Frank Bruni named Hill Country one of his five favorite restaurants, for instance—but the eatery attracts a musically inclined audience as well. Downstairs in the Boot Bar, a state-of-the-art stage hosts nationally touring blues, alt-country, and honky-tonk acts that have included Dale Wilson and Roseanne Cash. The shows take place Tuesday–Saturday nights, and are often free of charge.
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    30 West 26th Street
    New York, NY US
  • Southern Hospitality
    Southern Hospitality is no place for light eaters — this Southern-inspired menu is a guilty pleasure for the calorie-counter. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Southern Hospitality also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. Southern Hospitality is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along. Have a big celebration coming up? Consider the private room at Southern Hospitality, perfect for large groups of revelers. The patio tables outside of Southern Hospitality are the perfect spot for a summer meal. No need to put on airs for a trip to Southern Hospitality — the dress code and ambience at this restaurant are totally laid-back. Throwing a big party? Count on Southern Hospitality to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love. The restaurant is next to a parking lot, but drivers can also settle for street parking. Or, if you prefer, leave the car at home and catch public transportation at nearby stops at 42 St. - Port Authority Bus Terminal (A, C, E), 50 St. (A, C, E), and 49 St. (N, Q, R). Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it's the dinner menu that really draws the crowds.
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    645 9th Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Gyu-Kaku
    At the center of the platters of miso-soaked steak, intricately marbled Kobe-style short ribs, garlic shrimp, and fresh veggies that crowd any given table at Gyu-Kaku sits a yakiniku grill, ready to bring all these flavors to life. At more than 700 locations worldwide, parties choose from a cornucopia of ingredients, tell their servers how they'd like them marinated—in sauces ranging from the strictly traditional to basil pesto—then begin searing their feast over the smokeless gas grill. New York magazine admired how "dominoes of harami skirt steak, marinated in sweet dark miso, turn caramelized and succulent on the hot grill." If protein overload looms, there are stone bowls of bibimbap and ramen to add balance. Patrons can wash down their meals with super-premium daiginjo sakes, sweet Japanese plum wines, and Asahi Super Dry beer, known to enhance its imbibers' deadpan witticisms.
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    34 Cooper Sq
    New York, NY US

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