We found Mighty Quinn's Slow Smoked Barbeque thanks to Jodi's friend Caleb. It is no secret that I love BBQ and I could not wait to try this place. There are several places in fact: one in Greenwich Village, where we went, one on the East Village where I could have ended up if I did not call Jodi to reconfirm the address, as well as others in Brooklyn, New Jersey, etc.
It is a casual place: you order at the counter and then go find a spot with your tray, or decide to take it out and eat in the park right across the street or at home. We wanted to eat in considering the weather is not anymore that warm for outside eating, although that day was quite ok for that.
As we queued up and were waiting for our turn to order, I could not stop looking at all that meat being cut and served to patrons, salivating already. I decided to go for brisket and spare ribs, both naked as opposed to a sandwich.
The brisket was literally melting in my mouth, perfect with the BBQ sauce that was on the table. The spare ribs were also good, not really falling off the bone, but still good, with a nice rub. It was definitely a nice portion.
For drinks, Jodi picked a Boylan Black Cherry soda and I went for a Root Beer.
As far as sides were concerned, we went for we ordered some amazing sweet corn fritters served with a honey chile dipping sauce that was very addictive, as well as French fries that were disappointing (soggy and cold).
For dessert, we opted for the apple bread pudding that was fantastic.
I liked the food at Mighty Quinn's: good BBQ, tasty and messy as it should be. I would definitely go back, but this time to try their Brontosaurus ribs!
Enjoy (I did)!
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