If you’re looking for BBQ in New York, look no further.
While patios and bathing suits are synonymous with summer, in terms of food choices, nothing beats great BBQ in the warm weather. Mighty Quinn’s (103 2nd Ave., New York City NY) in New York City’s East Village originally started as an average food stand, but propelled by its success launched as a full restaurant last year.
The brainchild of Hugh Magnum (a former drummer turned chef), Mighty Quinn’s is known for its roasters adding Maldon salt to the meat before grilling it. The paprika-rubbed brisket ($9) requires being slow-cooked for 22 hours and is highly recommended. If you consider yourself to be a BBQ connoisseur, the beef-rib ($23) is sure to please even the pickiest tongue.
In truth, there is no mightier place to find the best barbeque in the Big Apple.