Fatty 'Cue

Row 1

Details
91 S 6th St (btwn Berry & Bedford)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
(718) 599-3090
BBQ, Cocktail, Asian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Wed, Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Thu–Sat: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • The meat's the thing, but we also love the drinks here. Try the 'Cue, a super-refreshing blend of rum, smoked pineapple, lime juice, yuzu juice, Tabasco,and Pernod.
  • A barbecue shop with a menu of beef, lamb & pork with the spices & tropical flavors of Southeast Asia. We recommend the American wagyu brisket with chili jam. For drinks, Dark & Stormy is a must.
  • Village Voice is excited to have Fatty 'Cue at the 2012 ChoiceEats food fest! Full list of restaurants here: http://ow.ly/8QjDQ
  • Southern BBQ meets Southeastern Asia. Hard to go wrong with most of the menu, make sure you grab a tecate with the yuzu and chili-salt.
  • Try the 'Cue Coriander Bacon-bacon tendered in thick swatches, served with plain white bread toasts and a taxicab-yellow curried custard that you'll never quite figure out what to do with. Delicious!
  • Go for smoked meat, smoked whole fish and late-night 'Reserve' cocktails. Don't go for saucy American 'cue. You won't find it.
  • Manila Clams, Pork Ribs, Lamb Ribs, Brisket, Toast, Bacon.
  • Brandt Beef brisket and Cabot clothbound Cheddar (both house-smoked) with pickled onions, aoli, chile jam, and cilantro on toasted Parisi bread. (apparently best in the city...from grubstreet)
  • the food is great. so are the drinks. and the picklebacks, jeebus.
  • Pullman toast served with a side of spreadable "master fat" is the thing to order at this hip Brooklyn BBQ joint. Wash it down with a cool Tecate topped with yuzu and chili lime.
  • Try the Steak Sandwich
  • Wickedly overpriced for what you get. I'd take the brisket at momofuku over this any day of the way, infinitely better, and cheaper.
  • Join a rowdy crowd of off-shift restaurant folk at the downstairs bar for a cocktail or slide into tufted green banquettes upstairs and feast on plates of Ole Hickory smoked Asian-accented BBQ.
  • The Recession Special: a shot of whiskey + a shot of spicy pickle back + a PBR = good times. - Inspector
  • Crab Laksa, Brisket, all killer. Panchito special all night long. You really can't go wrong with anything. Re: Mackerel - I was told that all the bones can be given to chef to be fried! prob solved
  • Drinkwise try the South 6th (so refreshing) or as usual with the Fatty Crab crowd, you can never go wrong with a Dark & Stormy, yum!
  • Sit at the bar and watch Ben work his magic. If you charm him, he'll whip out the Taiwanese.
  • Delicious in every way, the chicken pao, bacon, eggplant (which is more ground meat than veggies), and maple pork shoulder. A bit overpriced but try to find specials on yelp or other apps
  • Serious smoky barbecue meets southeast Asian flavors here, with a snack-heavy menu that facilitates the restaurant's cocktails.
  • Malaysianish barbecue in a setting that recalls Williamsburg '92. Get bacon, with a tall cold beer. Get some pig. And the crab laksa, yes.