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  • 2. Revenge BBQ

    Irvington could pass for small-town Texas thanks to the authentic ’cue at Jacob Styburski’s counter-service shop. The brisket (true aficionados know to ask for the marbled moist cut) is exactly like you’d find in the Lone Star State, seasoned aggressively with salt and coarsely cracked Malabar pepper and slow-smoked until it’s lusciously tender and rich, Read more...
  • 3. Pik-Nik BBQ

    Hassan and Alberta Jarane, proprietors of nearby Mint Premium Foods, also own this counter-service barbecue joint serving smoked meats (with mango-quince barbecue sauce), down-house sides, and vintage sodas. Closed Mon. 45 Main St; 914.631.5600   Best of Westchester 2019 - Best Fried Chicken and Waffles Where the Foodies Eat
  • Setting up shop in Mamaroneck (with a larger New Rochelle location opening just down the street from its original flagship), this BBQ mainstay is a frequent winner at Westchester Magazine events like Best of Westchester and Wingfest, and with so many smokes, rubs, and sauces it's not hard to see why!   Best of Westchester 2021 Read more...
  • 5. Three Little Pigs BBQ

    Marc Mazzarulli, formerly of Opus 465 and Marc Charles Steakhouse in Armonk, is the chef of this ’cue joint serving dry-rubbed meats and classic sides. Mazzarulli also runs catering company Wild Westchester BBQ. Closed Sun and Mon. 481 Commerce St, Hawthorne; 914.747.2480; www.  
  • 6. Sherwood’s

  • 7. NY Firehouse Grille

  • 8. Savannah & Company