Mighty Quinn's BBQ

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75 Greenwich Ave (at 7th Ave)
New York, NY 10014
(646) 524-7889
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Barbecue maestro Hugh Mangum's West Village branch of Mighty Quinn's has opened. Come up to the counter, place an order, jockey for a chair or stool and eat. For the first time wine, is on the menu!
  • Odds are your eyes are bigger than your stomach. Go with a single order of burnt ends (naked) and a small side.
  • Order the baked beans or have serious FOMO
  • The brisket is the best I have ever had. A variety of pickled veggies (free) balance it out. Baked beans are great too (even cold the next day for breakfast)
  • Buttermilk Bacon Broccoli is surprisingly amazing. Probably going to give most of the credit to the buttermilk and bacon. Also, don't skimp on the mayo cole slaw.
  • Brisket is so buttery and moist, reminded me of Texas BBQ. One of the two-three places in all of New York that I can compare it to Texas BBQ. Burnt end beans are the cherry on top.
  • The brisket is delicious with a nice rub but burnt end baked beans are a must..meal unto themselves, and spicy!
  • Get the baked beans, might be better than the actual BBQ. Or a very very close second.
  • Reservations can be made at the West Village outpost of Mighty Quinn's for parties of up to 10 people via OpenTable. No special menu is required, which means guests can sample the many BBQ options.
  • Brisket is the best. Ribs and chicken are also great.
  • It's like they read about barbecue in a magazine article. No good.
  • I love beef brisket and theirs has to be one of the best I've ever had. The meat is so tender and although you can add some sauce, it's delicious even on its own. Pair it with some corn fritters!
  • 1/2 lb brisket sandwich with vinegar coleslaw and extra pickled cucumbers is LIFE
  • delicious!!! had the burnt ends as a sandwich and it was killer. i hope they deliver...
  • I usually tell folks to go for the brisket, but the ribs are excellent as well. Nothing better than a platter, the broccoli side salad and a Brooklyn Brewery Beer.
  • Brisket is amazing
  • Great addition to the WV - brisket and burnt ends are good ways to go. Also one of a few spots around here good for solo dining
  • Get the brontosaurus if you think you can handle 1.5 lbs of beef.
  • It's all just so tasty! Plus, some great window seating for looking out on the West Village crowd.
  • Las mejores costillitas a la barbecue que he probado en mi vida. Perfectas en todos los sentidos. Mac & cheese tambin son un must.

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