Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

BBQ, American
$ $
604 Union St (at 4th Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(347) 429-7030
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 11:00pm
11:30am - 12:00am
11:30am - 12:00am
11:30am - 12:00am



  • Vegetarians, stop leaving tips you're not wanted here.
  • The Brooklyn location of the popular barbecue destination. Ribs and wings are a must.
  • Three words. Fried green tomatoes.
  • Now NYC has a 2nd Dinosaur Bar-B-Que location, and the food is just as good here as in Harlem! The ribs are pretty incredible, as is the mac and cheese.
  • First time here? The Tres Nios is a great way to go to sample the goods -you get some brisket, some ribs and some pulled pork for 16 bucks.
  • Pulled pork sliders and fried green tomatoes is where it's at.
  • Get the 2 person special with a whole rack of ribs and 4 sides to share, cheaper than ordering two separate meals.
  • Hands down, the best macaroni and cheese I have had in NYC. Also, the ribs are so good, every ounce of sweat from your body for a day will smell of meat. That's a compliment.
  • Common misconception; dinosaur BBQ doesn't actually serve dinosaur
  • Delicious, but very sad about the lack of Salt Potatoes!
  • Vegetarians don't be wary. The fried green tomatoes are amazing. Try the mac and cheese and the veggie sandwich. You won't be sorry.
  • The Ode to Upstate is a can of Genesee and a shot of Beam for $6.50.
  • Skip the steak (BK-location only) and stick with the classics. Ribs.
  • Pile your plate high with mac n cheese and thank the lord that you are not lactose intolerant.
  • This place is so good. The combo platter is great if you want to try a few things. We got brisket, sausage, pulled pork and chicken wings to share. Just enough for two.
  • Umm I think it's over rated here. Fette sau is a billion times better.. Sorry Dinosaur.
  • Yes to pulled pork, ribs, potato salad, and black eyes peas with kale. No to brisket, inedible.
  • Food is amazing and worth the wait! Try the Mac n cheese, the ribs, and the garlic wings. Great prices too for the area.
  • The Syracuse Pale Ale harkens back to the OG Dino BBQ and also happens to go down real nice too.
  • Awesome ribs, brisket, wings, fried green tomatoes and beer selection. Skippable mac & cheese, shrimp and overly sweet cocktails.

Nearby places

305 Nevins St (at Union St)
514 Union St (btwn 3rd Ave & Nevins St)
702 Union St (btwn 5th & 6th Ave)