Brisket sandwich at SmokeLine
Beef rib at SmokeLine
Pork ribs at SmokeLine
Food & Drink Award–winning pit master Daniel Delaney brings the central Texas-style BBQ—plus pies and sodas—from his Williamsburg spot, BrisketTown, to the High Line. Due to debut April 18th, the open-air outpost—Delaney’s first in Manhattan—doles out picnic-friendly renditions of his signature smoked meats, including a fried cheese-and-brisket sandwich, pulled pork (now tucked between Amy’s Bread challah rolls) and, exclusive to SmokeLine, lamb ribs. Also on offer: made-to-order sodas with P&H syrups, and a rotating selection of seasonal pies (blueberry, apple) from Littleneck baker Rachell Roth. High Line at 15th St and Tenth Ave (718-701-8909)
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que - Harlem
At this famed roadhouse, tykes can enjoy "dino" sliders ($4 each) made with pulled pork or brisket. The eatery scores extra points by offering temporary T. rex tattoos to children.
Venue says: “Harlem Dinosaur has a Happy Hour! Every Mon-Fri from 3pm-7pm at the bar. Check out our website for $2-$6 happy hour specials”