Virgil's Real BBQ

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Details
152 W 44th St (btwn Broadway & 6th Ave.)
New York, NY 10036
(212) 921-9669
BBQ
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–11:00 PM Fri: 11:30 AM–Midnight Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • The hush puppies will weigh you down all night, but they are oh so worth it.
  • If you go to Virgil's you have to check out the Trainwreck Fries.
  • The Trainwreck Fries are amazing!
  • Hush Puppies. 'nuff said.
  • Tender brisket, slide-off-the-bone ribs, and mouth-watering pulled pork. Get any of those and pair it with the trainwreck fries, you won't know what to do with yourself.
  • The best ribs in the city handsdown...
  • Despite the crowds, you wont wait long to dive into Train Wreck Fries, Virgils Pig Out, Corn Bread, Virgils Coleslaw and Cheese Grits with a Fall Off The Porch Ice Tea.
  • Huge portions ! Received great service every time I went there :) Mac n' cheese delish and so is the infamous trainwreck fries !
  • This is the best pulled-pork sandwich I have had North of the Mason-Dixon line.
  • Try the train wreck fries!!!
  • Any place that encourages you to drop your peanut shells on the floor isn't gonna blink an eye at the mess your kid leaves behind. Plus crayons, coloring books and killer hot dogs.
  • This is one of my favorite BBQ joints in the city. Love the selection of BBQ ribs but their hushpuppies are the bomb!!!
  • Virgil's was inspired by some of the most notable BBQ in the South. Now you can try Southern cooking right in the middle of Times Square.
  • Get the hushpuppies!
  • You know it's going to be messy BBQ when you get a bath towel for a napkin.
  • Best biscuits in NYC!!
  • The pulled pork, awesome!
  • The chicken wings will change your perception. The heat is infused throughout the meat and they are smoked, not fried. Order one serving for the table to start the meal right!
  • My wife loved the hush puppies. Or maybe it was the maple butter. Me not so much. It's fried dough. Now the brisket is another story. Yummy.
  • Incredible barbecue, but it's the trainwreck fries and hush puppies that really make this New York classic worth the visit.