BBQ/ Dinner/ NYC

Hometown BBQ: Melt-in-Your-Mouth Meats in Red Hook

I took a hiatus from eating BBQ since I stuffed my face at a barbecue festival in Austin this past November (no regrets). Luckily my friends took me to Hometown BBQ in Red Hook, even though the rain and cold, to eat here. Now I finally understand why.

Once I stepped into the restaurant – whoosh – the smells of smoked meats and heat permeated my whole being. Excited and hungry, I was ready to pounce on all the meats and stuff myself silly. Our plate was filled with corn bread, Hometown coleslaw, brisket and pork ribs.

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This beef brisket was magical, and barely was able to be held with my fork because it was so soft.

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The wood fired chicken used an Oaxacan marinade, and served with pickled onions and salsa verde.

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Beef ribs, close-up.

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Pickle backs

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Picklebacks, just because.

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Banana bread pudding, one of the best ways to end a delicious meal.

So glad to have come here, and cannot wait to go back! No reservations needed, though I’d make sure to go there on an off-peak time like we did (~9pm on a Friday).

Hometown Barbecue
454 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
(347) 294-4644
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