Delaney Barbecue: BrisketTown

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359 Bedford Ave (btwn S 5th St & S 4th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 701-8909
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
5:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm
12:00pm - 11:00pm



  • As a Texan, I refuse to eat BBQ in NYC. This place is the ONLY exception.
  • Dan Delaney learned from the best in Texas, drove a smoker and fire wood from Austin to Brooklyn and tested recipes for months to serve you the perfect brisket in his beautiful restaurant.
  • Daniel just knocked Fette Sau out of first place for fave NYC BBQ. The brisket is INSANE. So tender, juicy, fatty with the perfect amount of salt. Also amaze potato salad + collard greens.
  • The BYOB style allows you to not pay expansive prices for craft beer and you can find good ones the in the small groceries around the corner. BBQ? Order a little bit of everything and be happy!
  • BrisketTown is known for a food laboratory persona - sample the fruits of their labor in the form of breakfast tacos!
  • This is the best brisket I've ever had... and that's coming from a Texan!
  • A wood-fueled smoker from Austins Franklin Barbecue produces gloriously pink slices of beef burnished with black pepper and smoke-infused lacings of fat in the popular Pat LaFrieda brisket.
  • Don't ask questions. Just put the brisket in your face.
  • The brisket is tender and pleasantly moist, with a thick black crust around the edges. If you play your cards right, you can have a monster feast here for about $35 per person. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Always go for the fatty brisket. Better texture/flavor compared to the leaner cut. And lets be honest... You're not eating here to count calories.
  • The only real smoked brisket in NYC (yes I have tried _)
  • The waits get long and the meat sells out early at this tiny Williamsburg counter service spot, but if you arrive when they open, you can get some of the city's best brisket and ribs.
  • Get the breakfast tacos and bring them to the river to eat.. Bfast tacos are much better in the outdoors. It's their natural habitat
  • Meat's great, but expect a deli feel, more than a restaurant. Not a big space, so small parties are best & don't expect to sit & linger, to finish your drinks. BYOB by the way.
  • Great Texas style brisket! No sauce needed. BYOB. Brisket melts in your mouth!!
  • Meat, made outdoors in a Texas-wood fired smoker. Cut to order by owner himself. The menu is minimal, just two or three smoked meats each night & a seasonal side & a slice or two of house white bread
  • Amazing brisket. Dan is incredibly dedicated and passionate about serving the best brisket around.
  • Pulled pork was dry rubbed and smoked perfectly. There are no sauces here, but grab a side of cole slaw and make a mini-sandwich with the white bread. One of the best Pork sandwiches in the north.
  • Everything is good here. Get the Mac n cheese, brisket and ribs. This place doesn't disappoint.
  • Bring friends because chowing down on some brisket is more fun in a group. Use Cover on your iPhone to easily split the check and not have to wait for the bill!

Nearby places

303 Bedford Ave
113 N 3rd St (at Berry St)
298 Bedford Ave (btwn S 1st & Grand St)