These Are the 11 Most Popular BBQ Joints in New York City

New York City may not be known for its barbecue, but there are still plenty of great places to get it.

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With locations in both Manhattan and Brooklyn, Hill Country Barbecue is the most popular barbecue restaurant in New York City, according to Foursquare. The eatery serves up Southern favorites, bourbon and cocktails in a cafeteria-style setting. More on Hill Country Barbecue Market here.
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Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is a barbecue chain with restaurants mostly in the tri-state area. There are locations in both Brooklyn and Manhattan. More on Dinosaur Bar-B-Que here.
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Having been in business for 25 years, Brother Jimmy's BBQ, with locations across the city, is definitely one of the most well-known barbecue restaurants in the city. It is also one of the most popular, according to Foursquare. More on Brother Jimmy's BBQ here.
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Brooklyn's Fette Sau serves up dry-rub barbecue, beer and bourbon in a cafeteria-style setting. Not only is it one of the most popular barbecue joints in Brooklyn, it's one of the most popular in the entire city. More on Fette Sau here.
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Blue Smoke serves up barbecue classics in both the Flatiron District and Battery Park City. You may have also seen its concession location at Citi Field. More on Blue Smoke here.
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Dallas BBQ, and its massive frozen drinks, may be a Times Square staple, but it also has locations across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. More on Dallas BBQ here.
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Mighty Quinn's BBQ has locations in both New York and New Jersey. The restaurant prides itself on sourcing quality ingredients and barbecue cooked the "old school way with plenty of wood and time." More on Mighty Quinn's here.
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The Strand Smokehouse is a lively Queens eatery with live music, southern classics and lots of whiskeys to choose from. More on the large counter-service restaurant here.
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Virgil's Real BBQ serves up classic barbecue dishes in Times Square. More on the restaurant here.
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There's nothing fancy about the Smoke Joint in Brooklyn. The restaurant lets the food speak for itself and it seems to be working. The Food Network has described the barbecue as "mouthwatering." More on The Smoke Joint here.
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Mable's Smokehouse serves up authentic, Texas-style barbecue in Brooklyn. The even have special menu items for vegans, which isn't something you see often at barbecue joints. More on Mable's Smokehouse here.
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