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- Cuisine: BBQ
- Accepts Credit Card: Yes
- Parking : N/A
- Atmosphere: N/A
- Take Reservations: Yes
- Serves Alcohol: N/A
- Smoking Allowed: No
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is a BBQ restaurant. It's located at 646 W. 131st St. (12th Av e.) in New York, NY 10029.
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People online claim that Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is Ribs, Bbq, Mac, . Dinosaur Bar-B-Que also provides BBQ cuisine, accepts credit card, and no parking . FriendsEAT Members have given the restaurant a rating 7.5 out 10 based on 4 total reviews.
This implies the restaurant is pretty well liked.
- I moved to Rochester, NY and didn't think they could duplicate the experience, and I was happy to discover that the food is just as amazing there as the original...
- great experience. Great food...
- If you like BBQ and are open to an adventure, go for it. It could be great !!! or a total miss...
- The ribs however, were totally lame. A lot of food for the money and good $ value especially for NYC...
- Sweet tea and fried green tomatoes were very good, but the pulled pork fell short....
- Since New York state does not have its own native bbq style like other regions of the country, the folks at Dinosaur BBQ have really sort of adopted a united nations of bbq approach to its recipes, and it really has worked well for them...
- Great food. Reservation needed...
- I was at first extremely excited about going to Dinosaur BBQ, as so many people had talked it up for being so delicious. Being form VA and close to the...
- Went with 6 people + baby on a Friday night around 7:30. Got sat relatively quickly (maybe 30 min wait which aint bad for a Friday...
- Love this place although our service was really bad on our last visit. The waitress never came by to see how we were doing and we had to keep going up...
- The service was very poor as well, as it took 15 minutes for a server to come after flagged them down (I know this place has a reputation for being busy, but it was 5:15pm on a Tuesday night, there was hardly ANYONE there) and upon introduction decided it would be a good time to tell us that she was tired and sit down while we were taking out order...
- Got sat relatively quickly (maybe 30 min wait which aint bad for a Friday.) Pretty good service, good bar and beer selection...
- service was abysmal: 1 hour wait to get seated and then server ignored me for another hour before taking food order.Brisket showed good bark, but most...
- I had always wanted to go to Dinosaur BBQ and was happy with my experience. The pulled pork sandwich was really good as were the sides of sweet potatoe...
- I like the atmosphere. And the food is pretty good...
- I am eager to go to the one in Harlem the next time I'm in the big apple, and see for myse. I have never had the ribs so I can't comment on the haters...
- Honey BBQ wings are a staple. Had the ribs for the first time in all my visits and they weren't fall-off-the-bone...
- I was at first extremely excited about . Being form VA and close to the NC border, I have my fair pickings of Pulled Pork and ribs places to eat out at...
- Big Ass Pork Plate was killer -- as were the fried green tomatoes, wings, and deviled eggs. The ribs however, were totally lame...
- I've been to all Dinosaur locations and they're all great. The ribs are amazing and the pulled pork is the best i've ever had...
- As always, a solid set of food options. Honey bbq wings are a staple...
- A great mix of real bbq styles from around the country. I have yet to try anything there that I didn't like...
- Removed from the restaurant's funky, noisy environment, the bbq ribs are only average. They probably taste better when you've had a few beers while wa...
- The cornbread was perfect and for my sides I had the mac and cheese and their cajun corn (which is corn off the cob mixed with spices and red peppers)...
- I had always wanted to go to Dinosaur BBQ and was happ. The pulled pork sandwich was really good as were the sides of sweet potatoes and mac and cheese...
- The mac and cheese was a total miss, the salted syracuse potatoes were nothing special (I, too, can put small russet potatoes in butter sauce and sprinkle some "cajun" spices on it), and really only the selection of beer saved them from having 1 star...
So allow me to start by mentioning I generally don't give my opinon on restaurants. Let me just say I'm a a huge foody. Where to start? Recently, on holiday I ate at Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in NYC. Everyone at this particular restaurant was very nice!The dining room is clean and pretty. The decor was outstanding. The food came out very quick. Definitely one of my issues was basically the presentation wasn't that amazing. The look was okay and yet didn't offer you that "omg" feeling. Even though no serious issues. Among the 2 starters and 2 entrees we ordered, I probably would rate 3 as exceptional and just one as very fine Excellent food! Me and my wife had a excellent night! So refreshing because there are lots of N.Y. dining places that are bad. I am a massive lover of the place. We will be back again soon.
I lived in Syracuse for a year, and made it to Dinosaur BBQ up there twice. When I moved to the NYC area and heard there was another Dinosaur BBQ down here, I had to try it. I was still impressed with the food, but I feel like some of the atmosphere was lost in the transfer. I'd still recommend this place as a place to go. If you're a BBQ fan, or you have friends in town and want to show them a good time, this is still a great place to go.
- 1/2 Rack (6-7 Ribs) : enjoyable ($16)
This was our second time heading to Dinosaur’s BBQ in Harlem and the first thought in my head was “why do I not come here more often”. Last time we were there, there was not even an idea of a Fairway in the area.
Upon walking in, this location does not have the same original gritty feel of the original in Syracuse. It has more of a theme park feel. I was even a bit afraid when I looked at the menu and saw the gentrification of the Yankee BBQ which now includes Churrasco Chicken Steak and BBQ Ribs Korean Style.
The dishes we chose did not disappoint. Our group of 8 started off with two Swag Sampler Plates which included the spicy shrimp boil, chicken wings, fried green tomatoes and deviled eggs (about $20 for 4 people). Not as big as it was in Syracuse, but the ladies (including myself) were wondering how we’d work on the rest of the food. We also got the BBQ Chicken Wings (about $12) with the Hot Wango Tango Sauce. The wings had a great smoky flavor and just enough heat. The fried green tomatoes were a first for me, but hey; they were deep fried crispy and sprinkled with pecorino…can you ever go wrong with that combination? The deviled eggs were quite sinful too, make a point to order these when you go.
When it came time for the feast, we ordered two full racks of ribs (about $25 a pop), pork brisket plate (about $16) and the Big Ass Pork Plate (about $15). Our sides were two macaroni and cheese plates, two mini iceberg wedges, and fries. The ribs were falling off the bone, smoky and delicious. The pulled pork was juicy (most places just dry it out) and very impressive. I didn’t get to the brisket since I got caught up with the Mac and cheese. It had hints of jalapeno without the spice. I must say this was an intriguing and delicious flavor profile. The iceberg wedge had a lovely blue cheese dressing and was accented by roasted walnuts which added a nice textural touch.
Best of all, the bill came to under $300, between 8 people and including alcohol, I’d say it’s a New York Bargain. Only downfall was that one of our friends has the weirdest and most rare allergy in the world. He is allergic to onions, garlic, scallions (you get the idea). We had informed the server who tried to accommodate us, but somewhere between the server and the kitchen the message was lost and the dishes that he ordered for himself (simple dishes that could be made without onions – still came out with them…we had to get his dishes re-made). That being said, the server was sweet and courteous, but we were seriously worried about our friend getting sick. But outside of that the place was great. I’ll make sure to add Dinosaur’s to the rotation. One more thing, we had leftovers to take home, it was so good to wake up to Mac and cheese the next day.
- Swag Sampler for Four : very good - Spicy Shrimp Boil â€¢ Chicken Wings â€¢ Fried Green Tomatoes â€¢ Deviled Eggs ($20)
- Jumbo BBQ Chicken Wings (13) : Soooo goood. Spice rubbed, pit smoked, then finished on the grill. Served with Maytag Blue Cheese Dressing & celery sticks. ($12)
- Iceberg Wedge : Delicious. Topped with grape tomatoes, spicy pecans and our own house cured bacon ($7)
- BBQ Pork Ribs - Full Rack : A must have. Our ribs are marinated for 24 hours with our Action Spice Rub; then slow pit smoked and lightly glazed with our original Bar-B-Q sauce (came with two sides) ($25)
- Big Ass Pork Plate : Delicious. The Genuine Article. Pork shoulder smoked low & slow the â€˜ol timey way. Hand pulled & piled high ($15)
- Texas brisket Plate : Didn't get to that one. ($16)
I saw this place featured on the Food Network (I wish I could remember the show); they gave it a good review as a non-touristy place in New York, though they do have multiple locations around the state, so it can't be that unique. The atmosphere is a little contrived, with street signs and other knick knacks on the walls, but the crowd is quite diverse including the original bikers but also bicyclers, tourists and plenty of Harlem natives.
The restaurant is not too easy to find, or to get too, really, up at 131st Street in Harlem. V and I walked over from her office, which I thought would be a quick walk, but we ended up a little lost trying to find the place. Once we arrived, we were quickly seated, though there seemed to be a good crowd even for a Saturday afternoon. The menu is pretty simple, a lot of BBQ: pork ribs, and pulled, sliced and chopped meats. Pick one and a side or two and you're good to go.
I ordered the ribs and V opted for the "Big Ass Pork Plate, pork shoulder smoked low and slow the ‘ol timey way. Hand pulled & piled high." Both were very tender and had great flavor — not too strong or burned and not tough on the outside. Plus the portions were quite sizable and satisfying on a hot day, along with a pitcher of beer.
We picked some sides as well, including Bar-B-Que Beans, Syracuse Style Salt Potatoes, Mac & Cheese, and fries. These were good, but not amazing. The salt potatoes were the most interesting; whole little potatoes boiled and then pretty much drenched in salt and garlic butter. The butter and garlic was a little overwhelming and didn't make for the most appetizing side. I'm sure if the same ingredients were combined in mashed potatoes (and you couldn't see the grease) they'd have been much more satisfying.
Overall Dinosaur Bar-B-Que certainly filled my summertime craving for BBQ. The meats were great, the sides okay — I guess the way it should be. Plus the prices were reasonable — now if only it were a little more conveniently located.