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Excellent BBQ - Blauvelt

georgeb Jun 26, 2006 08:48 PM

Just had the best BBQ brisket that I have had since I moved to upstate from Austin 20 odd years ago.

Bailey's Bar (and now Smokehouse) is an Irish-style bar (you won't have to worry about your car burning or being stolen, since I observed a bunch of NYPD and FDNY tshirts being worn) that also has a smoker and someone who knows how to use it in the back.

I had the smoked brisket sandwich, sliced medium, a bit of sauce on the meat and the roll, with fries and coleslaw as an accompaniment, for $8.50.

They also have ribs, pulled pork, and a "barbecuban" sandwich, all of which I will be trying soon.

But, for me, the brisket is the test, and I will be back, I'm sure.

They are located on Erie St. in Blauvelt, about 1/4 mile from Route 303.

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    billh Jun 27, 2006 12:50 AM

    really excellent bbq. The chef is Dave "Fink" Finkelstein. In addition to the barbecuban, The Fink also does a barbereuben. :)

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      chuck500 Jul 8, 2008 09:56 PM

      Wow - that Brisket is the best!!

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