Time Out says
Pig Beach slings delightful, succulent meats dressed to the nines in exquisite sauces to hordes of 'cue-craving Brooklynites in an expansive backyard patio and sprawling, 7,000-square foot warehouse. Outside, the smoke pit rotates rib racks, turkey breasts, whole chickens, and — of course — hulking slabs of hog until tender and falling off the bone. Drizzle your meaty order in one of the kitchen’s glossy sauces (brown sugar-honey, hatch vinegar bbq) and pair it with fellow comfort foods like mac and cheese covered in crushed Goldfish crackers and house-made sweet and sour pickles. On weekends you may need to stake out space at one of the communal picnic tables, and wade through dog- and stroller-wielding families, but the grub is well worth it. Did we mention you can also score decadent, cheese-smothered burgers and buffalo-doused wings off the grill? But the deciding factor might be the bar’s spiked slushes (frosé, blue Hawaiian, lemon shandy) and boozy milkshake lineup.
452 Union St
|Cross street:||between Bond and Nevins Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: F, G to Carroll St; R to Union St|
|Price:||Average dish: $12. AmEx, MC, V.|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Thu 3–10pm, Fri 3pm–midnight, Sat 11am–midnight, Sun 11am–10pm|
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