By Annie England
The New York Times calls the food at Fatty 'Cue Brooklyn "excellent" and names it a Critics' Pick. Save more than 45% on an Asian-fusion barbecue feast at this hot spot.
Why we love it
- New York Magazine Critics' Pick; "one of the great destinations" for barbecue
- The "union of...American BBQ and zippy Southeast Asian accents works miracles" (Zagat)
- 4-course dinner with cocktails and prosecco for less than $45 each
Oct. 3, 2013 - Nov. 21, 2013; Sunday-Thursday
Fatty 'Cue Brooklyn
91 S. Sixth St.
Brooklyn, NY 11249
- For $85 (reg. $159), two can indulge in items from the "inspired" Asian-fusion barbecue menu (New York Magazine)
Two glasses of prosecco
Any two snacks, such as the Bao Chicken Bao Bao with maple butter or lamb ribs
Any two vegetable plates, such as smoked eggplant with tamarind and foie gras or kale salad with creamy green peppercorn
Two meat and fish plates (up to $25 each), such as beef brisket with rhubarb kimchee or whole fish with chili-turmeric rub
Any dessert pie, such as bourbon ginger pecan or strawberry rhubarb
Any two cocktails, such as the Nacho Libre with chili-infused tequila, sherry, cucumber, ginger and smoked salt or the Fatty Manhattan 2.0 with bacon-infused bourbon, vermouth and angostura bitters
If you'll be around the West Village, check out this deal
for Fatty 'Cue's Carmine Street location.
The fine print
Not valid for half pig head plate. Reservations required; subject to availability. Valid Sunday-Thursday only. Valid for two diners only. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid at Williamsburg location only.
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