Snout-to-tail BBQ pork: Barbecue pig dishes in NYC
From ear to trotter and everything in between, pig out on barbecue pork dishes with our handy snout-to-tail BBQ map.
Tue May 28 2013
New York has a serious crush on swine. Top-notch NYC restaurants, including Mission Chinese Food to Marietta, are highlighting barbecue pork, doling out plates devoted to the other white meat. Our snout-to-tail BBQ pork map will guide you to a delicious porcine dish for every part of the pig.
RECOMMENDED: Guide to the best BBQ in NYC
Slow-roasted half pig’s head for two at the Cannibal. $65.
Pig’s ear with sea urchin, avocado and tobiko at Fatty ’Cue Brooklyn. $9.
Berkshire cheeks at Fette Sau. $18/lb.
Muu kham waan (grilled Niman Ranch cut rubbed with garlic and coriander root) at Pok Pok Ny. $17.
Tennessee Brown Jam (smoked pork shoulder with crushed pepper) at Marietta. $6.
Smoked pork loin with brioche, pimiento cheese and fried onion at Má Pêche. $10.
Bar-B-Que pork ribs at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. $26/rack.
Kal green-tea pork belly at Han Joo. $24.
Smoked and fried pork nuggets at Char No. 4. $5.
Grilled pork tonsoku with scallion-and-ponzu sauce at Hakata Tonton. $7.
Barbecued pig tails with smoked cola-BBQ sauce at Mission Chinese Food. $11.
You might also likeSee more in Food & Drink
Write your own review
Best new BBQ restaurants
New York’s reigning pit masters
A guide to regional and international BBQ styles
DIY grilling essentials
Ten best bourbons
Snout-to-Tail BBQ pork map
15 best BBQ restaurants
Smoked meats glossary
BBQ food porn (slide show)
Stylish barbecue accessories
Park barbecues: Where to grill in NYC this summer
Cheap eats best BBQ