Dinosaur BBQ is a cool meat lover’s spot up in Harlem near the Hudson River. It’s been killing it up there for years now, but I finally got the chance to try it out.
Inside the warehouse/parking garage-esque space there’s a huge bar with a nice selection of brews.
Me and two buddies went with the bucket of cheap shit: six hipster beers for $16.
Then we split the “Family Stylin’ Meal,” which comes with chicken (far left), brisket (top right), pulled pork (bottom right), and ribs (center) with corn bread (bottom) and three sides.
As you can see they even sprinkled some pickles and jalapeños on the sauced items (brisket and pork):
We went with fries, baked beans and mac & cheese for the sides:
The dark meat chicken was excellent, but I felt the breast meat was a little dry. Both the brisket and pulled pork were great. Smoky, sweet, spicy and delicious, especially with the jalapeños and pickles in each bite. The big star(s) for me though were the ribs. They were perfect. As for the sides: the fries needed seasoning, the beans were good – not too soupy and with a good kick, and the mac and cheese was both creamy and crunchy with perfectly cooked pasta. It’s just too bad I didn’t have my good camera with me, because these photos all suck.
Photos from another trip:
Appetizer sampler – boiled shrimp (spicy and tasty), fried green tomatoes (crunchy and tangy), wings (awesome BBQ wings), deviled eggs (creamy and delicious):
Choose Three with BBQ chicken, St Louis ribs, and sausage, with mac & cheese and salt potatoes:
Full rack of ribs with BBQ fried rice and fries:
700 W 125th St
New York, NY 10027