Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue

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Details
433 3rd Ave (btwn 7th & 8th Sts)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(347) 763-2680
BBQ
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • I normally don't leave tips but oh my god run away, so far away, don't stop running you can't get far enough away
  • Sorry to say but I was utterly underwhelmed
  • While the J&R smoker was trucked in from Texas, the duo have kept their low-key chophouse Brooklynized with their protein locally sourced and the pits fueled with upstate sugar maple and red oak.
  • Flavorless BBQ, very dry and expensive. Nothing compared to Fette Sau.
  • The pulled pork was good. Still can't wrap my head around why a tiny side of coleslaw/pickles/etc costs $5 when pork costs $4.75/.25 pound. Changes need to be made here
  • Bring your stinking, smelly, obnoxious kids... Everyone else does!!!!!
  • Totally overrated. Three dry, flavorless ribs for $12. Paid for $50 of food but all was mediocre and manager-I mean "executive chef"- told us "too bad, no one else complained."
  • Village Voice is proud to welcome Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue to the 2014 Choice Eats food fest! http://bit.ly/1cRzdNV. The Chili Mac...enough said.
  • Don't believe the hype.
  • I could have gone anywhere else and gotten ribs that weren't totally dried out and wings that weren't bland. Why would anyone ever go here when you could be at Fort Reno or Little Brother? Also $$$$!
  • Amazing eats! Burnt ends, ribs, beans. Sauce is a little bit sweet with a fabulous kick in the pants follow through. Sausage has a fabulously smokey taste and slightly crispy skin.
  • This place is surprisingly family friendly. Read strollers and little kids on a Saturday evening.
  • You will need extra napkins...The menu includes pork shoulder, hot links, brisket, St. Louis-style ribs, and char siu pork, all of which are smoked over red oak and sugar maple in a huge barbecue pit
  • Gets better every time I come here! Chopped pork and char siu are favs. Burnt ends are amazing as well.
  • Briskest with burnt ends so good and service was fantastic. Will definitely come back. Get the coleslaw.
  • Fairly solid food -- ribs were dry though. That said, pretty overpriced. A small meal for two at a BBQ joint shouldn't cost $50.
  • Tri-tip sandwich is to die for!
  • New York Magazine Cheap Eats issue recommends the char siu pork ($7 for a quarter-pound), "marinated and glazed in a hoisin sauce blended with ginger, honey, and five-spice powder."
  • Lunch deal is awesome: $10 for sandwich or 2 tacos plus drink & chips ($12 to upgrade to a beer)
  • Special pork head available with 24 hour notice to the chef. Pretty epic and unusual, totally worth it.