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Sugar Rush: Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie at Dinosaur Barbecue

Sugar Rush Max Falkowitz 2 comments

My best bite at the new Dinosaur Barbecue in Brooklyn wasn't the wings (awesome) or the ribs (awesomer). Don't get me wrong—the pits are running quite well here. But it was this fat slice of Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie ($5) that impressed me most: chocolate wafer crust and an inch and a half of light, airy peanut butter mousse. More

The Serious Eats All Star NYC Barbecue Dream Team

Max Falkowitz 15 comments

What if we could take the best barbecue from around New York and combine it at one magic meat palace of a restaurant?What would such at place look like? Who'd be there? After plenty of research, beer-soaked debate, and antacids, we think we have our answer. More

We Chat with John Stage About Trial and Error Barbecue and His New Brooklyn Restaurant

Jacqueline Raposo 4 comments

This weekend, June 8th and 9th, over 100,000 eaters will flood Madison Avenue for the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party. For the eleventh year, 18 of the country's best pit masters serving up whole hogs, ribs, pulled pork, brisket, and other cuts. Live music and lots of booze promise it'll once again be one hell of a party. Dinosar Bar-B-Cue's John Stage is one of the pit masters repping NYC; here he talks to us about what got him into this world, and shares details on his new Brooklyn restaurant. More

10 Fancy Wings We Love in NYC (Non-Buffalo Edition)

Craig Cavallo 8 comments

The Buffalo chicken wing is a thing of American beauty, and if you're looking for it in this city, we have you covered. But we get it: there's more than one way to sauce a bird. If it's fish sauce, toasted chilies, cumin, barbecue smoke, or fried garlic you crave in your next batch of wings, consider this handful of wing wonders. More

Musings on the State of NYC 'Cue

Ed Levine 3 comments

A reader has asked me for my list of top five barbecue joints in NYC. What are yours? This is one everyone has an opinion on. The more pertinent question is whether there are even five barbecue joints in NY... More

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