Mighty Quinn's Barbeque
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Member Reviews (5)
- Mighty Quinn's BarbequeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 7Jan 25, 2014
My favorite new BBQ place in NYC and one of my fav's overall. The brisket is amazing, love the meaty ribs, baked beans are loaded with burnt ends, sweet potato mash might as well be desert, wash it all down with their flavored ice teas or one of the great beers on tap
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- Mighty Quinn's BarbequeMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesLuxury TravelersMay 24, 2013
This cafeteria-style East Village eatery got its start at Smorgasburg, a food market along the Brooklyn waterfront. Now Manhattanites don’t have to leave the island to get their fill of Jean-Georges alum Hugh Mangum’s brisket, as well as pulled pork, spare ribs, and an on-the-bone beef short rib called the brontosaurus rib. All are finished with Maldon sea salt and served with various pickles—chile peppers, celery, cucumbers, and red onions—and vinegar- or mayo-based slaw. The side of edamame and sweet pea salad is a refreshing riff on succotash
- Mighty Quinn's BarbequeMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesGreen Travelers+ 1First to ReviewJan 18, 2013
Crispy and soft. Salty, sweet and slightly smokey. Melt-in-your-mouth goodness. That was the pulled pork sandwich I just had at this new BBQ joint. This is the kind of sandwich that could convert even those that have sworn off swine. I like that although the pork is fall-apart tender, it still has some crispy, salty bits. I also like that neither the pork nor the sauce seem too smokey (my personal preference.) The bun is soft, fresh and holds the sandwich well.
The only problem is that this is going to become addicting!