Bone Lick Park (CLOSED)

  • Restaurants
  • Barbecue
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Bone Lick Park

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Photograph: Kathryn Brazier

Bone Lick Park

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Photograph: Kathryn Brazier

Bone Lick Park

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Bone Lick Park

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Photograph: Kathryn Brazier

Bone Lick Park

West Village
Sure, it sounds like a Dirk Diggler movie, but telling friends you’re eating at Bone Lick Park is well worth the sniggers. The decor is rightly downplayed, except for a three-foot-high scarlet neon Coca-Cola sign behind the bar. This place is all about the ’cue, slow-cooked out back in a wood-burning pit. The scent of hickory, apple and cherry wood emanates from the terrific baby back ribs, which are sticky and supple beneath a shroud of peppery sauce. And the Carolina pulled-pork sandwich delivers smoky flavor with less mess. The corn bread needs an upgrade (it was hard and dry), but side-plate salvation is found in the semisweet baked beans and some of the crunchiest onion rings in town.
Venue name: Bone Lick Park (CLOSED)
Contact:
Address: 75 Greenwich Ave
New York

Cross street: between Seventh Ave South and Bank St
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am–11pm
Transport: Subway: 1, 2, 3 to 14th St
Price: Average main course: $13. AmEx, MC, V
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