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BIM Nov 3, 2010 03:21 PM

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?

  1. Bob Martinez Nov 4, 2010 09:36 AM

    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
      Cheese Boy Nov 7, 2010 12:26 AM

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

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      fm1963 Nov 4, 2010 07:19 AM

      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

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        gutsofsteel Nov 3, 2010 03:46 PM

        DBGB !

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        DBGB
        299 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

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        1. re: gutsofsteel
          MMRuth Nov 3, 2010 06:28 PM

          My thought exactly.

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            ESNY Nov 4, 2010 06:56 AM

            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
              Spiritchaser Nov 4, 2010 07:43 AM

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

          2. re: gutsofsteel
            sgordon Nov 4, 2010 08:05 AM

            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
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              kathryn Nov 4, 2010 09:40 AM

              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

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                orthorunner Nov 6, 2010 12:49 AM

                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!

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