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Sausages!!!!!!

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  • BIM Nov 3, 2010 03:21 PM
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I am in the mood for SAUSAGES!! Big fat ones! Little spicy ones!! Coarse-ground organ meat ones!! Garlicky, sweet, peppery, awesome, exotic SAUSAGES!!!

Uptown, downtown, restaurant, street -
Toothsome tubes of juicy meat!
Off the griddle - piping hot -
C'mon chowhounds, whatchu got?

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  1. DBGB !

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    DBGB
    299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

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    1. re: gutsofsteel

      My thought exactly.

      1. re: MMRuth

        agreed with DBGB. I'll also throw in the knoblewurst at Katz's

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        DBGB
        299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

        1. re: ESNY

          Just so you have some other choice you could look into Brats, the new place from the owner/Chef of Klee.

      2. re: gutsofsteel

        Personally, I think DBGB's a rip-off. At least the sausages & hamburgers are. They're good - just WAY overpriced.

        My sausage choices:
        For make-at-home, pick up some Italian sausages at Faicco's on Bleecker. Then walk down the street to Ottomanelli & Sons and see if they've got any of their housemade venison links.

        Wander over to Despana in Soho and pick up a variety of Spanish ones - their Chorizo is great, and their Morcilla is among the best in town. They serve a few of them at their mini-restaurant at the back, so if you can't wait to get them home you can always have a nosh there.

        I'd get a Kreuz Sausage at Hill Country and a Knoblewurst at Katz's. I could find myself getting a Boudin Noir Sandwich for brunch at Public on the weekend, too.

        For something a little fancier, and if I could get a rezzie, I might hit Babbo for the "Mint Love Letters" with lamb sausage, or something more classic, like the Orecchiette with sweet Italian sausage & broccoli rabe...

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        Faicco's
        260 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014

        Despana
        408 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

        Hill Country
        30 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010

        Babbo
        110 Waverly Pl, New York, NY 10011

        DBGB
        299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

        1. re: sgordon

          2nd Despana and Hill Country. I love their morcilla.

          I actually like DBGB but more for the charcuterie -- I think the board has a lovely saucisson.

          Oh, and don't forget the Chinese sausage at Kuma Inn served with chili lime dipping sauce.

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          Despana
          408 Broome St, New York, NY 10013

          Hill Country
          30 W 26th St, New York, NY 10010

          Kuma Inn
          113 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002

          1. re: sgordon

            Along the same lines, try Esposito's (38th.9th) for some handmade, old-fashioned sausages. Nothing fancy, but there's a reason they are one of the few old-fashioned butcher/pork shops still in business!

        2. In addition to DBGB, Cafe Sabarsky has a nice (though more limited) selection of sausages. Also Blaue Gans, though I have not been there yet.

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          Cafe Sabarsky
          1048 5th Ave, New York, NY 10028

          Blaue Gans
          139 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013

          DBGB
          299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

          1. Korzo Haus, little brother to the mothership Korzo in Park slope, serves an excellent sausage platter. At $14, it's a steal.

            http://eurotripbrooklyn.com/haus.html

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            Korzo Haus
            178 E 7th St, New York, NY 10009

             
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            1. re: Bob Martinez

              Pair that with a Korzo organic ale at $4 and you're good to go.