Fette Sau

★★★★☆
How apropos that a barbecue joint built across the street by the owners of Spuyten Duyvil should be called "Fat Pig" in German, for of all the new BBQ joints in New York City, this one strikes us as the most authentic. What exactly constitutes authentic? The right mix of charred meats, great beers on tap, fine whiskies, terrific sides and the staff's laid-back attitude. We like ordering a selection of pork, beef, and links, and enjoy a decent helping of sides along with plenty of beer by the gallon. With outdoor as well as indoor seating, Fette Sau fortunately lacks the artifice of Texas-transplant Hill Country and the forced conviviality of Daisy May's . Tips: inspect the meats before you order to determine whether the ratio of fat to meat is to your satisfaction. Ignore the sides, though maybe have a pickle or two with your 'cue; this is a big meat eater's paradise.
  • 354 Metropolitan Ave

    Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Cross street: Cross Streets Havemeyer St.

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  • 718-963-3404

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Hours
Mon-Fri 5pm-12am Sat-Sun 12pm-2am
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The BBQ is off the hook. Killer sides, great craft beers and a jumping atmosphere. Need to pick your timing though. The waits can be awful

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★★★★★

The BBQ is off the hook. Killer sides, great craft beers and a jumping atmosphere. Need to pick your timing though. The waits can be awful

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Visited this establishment on the advice of a friend. It was raining and the only picnic table space available left our feet in an inch of water as the front of the business is a roll up garage door which apparently remains from the

3
★★★★★

Visited this establishment on the advice of a friend. It was raining and the only picnic table space available left our feet in an inch of water as the front of the business is a roll up garage door which apparently remains from the

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Lines weren't too bad for a Saturday night, waited only about 15 minutes for our food however finding a seat for 3 people was another story. There are all communal tables which are a nice concept but when your restaurant serves food, is packed with people and patrons sit to only drink and talk -once finished eating- it can cause those who want to eat their meal sitting down like a normal human, lots of unnecessary stress. Food was average at best, nothing special. We had the brisket, pulled pork, berkshire spicy sausage and pork belly which as stated, were average at best. However the beef sirloin was tough, raw and inedible, and the baked beans were sub par and bitter for reasons unknown. Prices were pretty expensive since its sold by the pound and you never really know how much to order per person. Cool means of serving beer and eclectic staff but not worth the hype...Glad I tried it now don't have to wonder if I'm missing out on anything and can cross it off of my food excursion list!

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★★☆☆☆

Lines weren't too bad for a Saturday night, waited only about 15 minutes for our food however finding a seat for 3 people was another story. There are all communal tables which are a nice concept but when your restaurant serves food, is packed with people and patrons sit to only drink and talk -once finished eating- it can cause those who want to eat their meal sitting down like a normal human, lots of unnecessary stress. Food was average at best, nothing special. We had the brisket, pulled pork, berkshire spicy sausage and pork belly which as stated, were average at best. However the beef sirloin was tough, raw and inedible, and the baked beans were sub par and bitter for reasons unknown. Prices were pretty expensive since its sold by the pound and you never really know how much to order per person. Cool means of serving beer and eclectic staff but not worth the hype...Glad I tried it now don't have to wonder if I'm missing out on anything and can cross it off of my food excursion list!

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A few come close, but nothing is on the level with this place. Great beer and whiskey selection. I hear the crowds can be a bit much at peak times, but I tend to go in on quieter nights.

2
★★★★★

A few come close, but nothing is on the level with this place. Great beer and whiskey selection. I hear the crowds can be a bit much at peak times, but I tend to go in on quieter nights.

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I absolutely adored Fette Sau. I think the best part about Fette Sau is that it??s set in a space in South Williamsburg that is leased from an auto body shop??s parking lot. And the restaurant is basically in an open garage!! The wall was really artsy with drawings of all the different cut of meats. The beer tap handles were even made of knives! Some call it original. Some call it pretentious. Nonetheless, we all had a great time and loved the amazing BBQ that hit every taste bud you can think of.

We got there around 7pm on a Friday evening and the queue was still manageable. We loved the pork belly, ribs, pork shoulder, pulled pork, smoked pork sausage, baked beans and BBQ sauce / hot sauce. You can skip the brisket, tongue and other sides. The beer and whiskey selection was great and the booze came in really cute jam jars. I highly recommend going with a group of friends so you can try out the different cuts of meat, and then checking out Brooklyn Bowl for some live concert + bowling after (remember to reserve your lanes ahead of time!).

2
★★★★☆

I absolutely adored Fette Sau. I think the best part about Fette Sau is that it??s set in a space in South Williamsburg that is leased from an auto body shop??s parking lot. And the restaurant is basically in an open garage!! The wall was really artsy with drawings of all the different cut of meats. The beer tap handles were even made of knives! Some call it original. Some call it pretentious. Nonetheless, we all had a great time and loved the amazing BBQ that hit every taste bud you can think of.

We got there around 7pm on a Friday evening and the queue was still manageable. We loved the pork belly, ribs, pork shoulder, pulled pork, smoked pork sausage, baked beans and BBQ sauce / hot sauce. You can skip the brisket, tongue and other sides. The beer and whiskey selection was great and the booze came in really cute jam jars. I highly recommend going with a group of friends so you can try out the different cuts of meat, and then checking out Brooklyn Bowl for some live concert + bowling after (remember to reserve your lanes ahead of time!).

Pros: Atmosphere, Vibe, Meat!

Cons: Charge by the pound, Could be crowded

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I've been to this place twice and have been disappointed twice. The ribs are just god awful. They charge by the pound so a half wrack (this site won't let me spell it correctly, apparently that's a naughty word) of ribs is around 35 bucks. They are the full rib cut, not the st. louis cut and I don't know if they are even bbq'd. There is no smokey flavor and the meat is very tough and chewy. I stopped eating them because I got tired of wrestling the meat off of the bones. The brisket is 85% fat, which you pay for because of the by the pound pricing. The baked beans were mediocre at best. The spicey sausage however is fantastic (I'm geussing they don't make it there, I may be wrong). The whiskey/scotch selection is also very impressive.
If you do go, go on a weeknight and then plan to wait in line and fight for a seat. Avoid the ribs and brisket, get the sausage (at a couple bucks a link you can't go wrong) and maybe some pulled pork (have yet to try that). If you're looking for fantastic BBQ however I would recommend getting on the L train and heading into the city. You can find far superior BBQ in the city for close to half the price that you would end up paying here.
Overall I would say this place isn't worth the lines, waiting for seats and insane prices.

1
★★☆☆☆

I've been to this place twice and have been disappointed twice. The ribs are just god awful. They charge by the pound so a half wrack (this site won't let me spell it correctly, apparently that's a naughty word) of ribs is around 35 bucks. They are the full rib cut, not the st. louis cut and I don't know if they are even bbq'd. There is no smokey flavor and the meat is very tough and chewy. I stopped eating them because I got tired of wrestling the meat off of the bones. The brisket is 85% fat, which you pay for because of the by the pound pricing. The baked beans were mediocre at best. The spicey sausage however is fantastic (I'm geussing they don't make it there, I may be wrong). The whiskey/scotch selection is also very impressive.
If you do go, go on a weeknight and then plan to wait in line and fight for a seat. Avoid the ribs and brisket, get the sausage (at a couple bucks a link you can't go wrong) and maybe some pulled pork (have yet to try that). If you're looking for fantastic BBQ however I would recommend getting on the L train and heading into the city. You can find far superior BBQ in the city for close to half the price that you would end up paying here.
Overall I would say this place isn't worth the lines, waiting for seats and insane prices.

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If you've been transplanted from any of the Southern states entrenched in BBQ culture, you may have some issues. But clear your mind. The tenderness of the brisket (nothing like Texas brisket) is divine. I found the smoke ring a little lacking in saltiness, but I also didn't notice the on-the-side sauces until it was too late. Perhaps they would have lent the that last bit of flavor I was looking for. Save up your pennies if you're on a budget. I loved the loyalty to US-based bourbons and beers.

4
★★★★☆

If you've been transplanted from any of the Southern states entrenched in BBQ culture, you may have some issues. But clear your mind. The tenderness of the brisket (nothing like Texas brisket) is divine. I found the smoke ring a little lacking in saltiness, but I also didn't notice the on-the-side sauces until it was too late. Perhaps they would have lent the that last bit of flavor I was looking for. Save up your pennies if you're on a budget. I loved the loyalty to US-based bourbons and beers.

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I don't even like baked beans...but could not stop eating them from this place. Can get crowded on the weekends, and tables are first come first serve, but it's worth the wait! Eclectic mix of BBQ meats and delicious sides!

5
★★★★★

I don't even like baked beans...but could not stop eating them from this place. Can get crowded on the weekends, and tables are first come first serve, but it's worth the wait! Eclectic mix of BBQ meats and delicious sides!

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If you have a FAT craving for bbq, ribs, and greasepit wonders - this is the place. Order meat by the pound, beer in glass jugs and jars. Paper towel rolls, bench seatings, community bbq sauce, food trays. You'll want to bring a few friends a share a few selections. It's good - I just can't eat it often if I want to see my later years.

4
★★★★☆

If you have a FAT craving for bbq, ribs, and greasepit wonders - this is the place. Order meat by the pound, beer in glass jugs and jars. Paper towel rolls, bench seatings, community bbq sauce, food trays. You'll want to bring a few friends a share a few selections. It's good - I just can't eat it often if I want to see my later years.

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Went here for the first time last night with a friend and my wife. The brisket is amazing and so are the sausages. The atmosphere is extremely casual but the place is designed with a great sense of style and consistency. The employees were all extremely friendly, patient and helpful and the barman really knows his whiskeys and doesn't mind helping you to make a good choice.

Only cons: BBQ has to be accompanied by home-made corn bread for me which they don't have. Your clothes will smell like bbq pretty severely, even though the place is ventilated probably as well as it could be and it doesn't bother you while you are there.

2
★★★★☆

Went here for the first time last night with a friend and my wife. The brisket is amazing and so are the sausages. The atmosphere is extremely casual but the place is designed with a great sense of style and consistency. The employees were all extremely friendly, patient and helpful and the barman really knows his whiskeys and doesn't mind helping you to make a good choice.

Only cons: BBQ has to be accompanied by home-made corn bread for me which they don't have. Your clothes will smell like bbq pretty severely, even though the place is ventilated probably as well as it could be and it doesn't bother you while you are there.

Pros: Food, Service, Atmosphere, Whiskey

Cons: No corn bread and somewhat stinky clothes ;)

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Best BBQ I've had since moving to the city. The quality of meat is second to none. Apparently, it's shipped from some special hippie farm where they treat the animals nice before they slaughter them. Beer is served in giant jars which is kinda fun.

2
★★★★★

Best BBQ I've had since moving to the city. The quality of meat is second to none. Apparently, it's shipped from some special hippie farm where they treat the animals nice before they slaughter them. Beer is served in giant jars which is kinda fun.

Pros: Meat is high quality, atmosphere is awesome

Cons: Overeatting is common

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I have a blast everytime I go.
Casual, fun food, great place to hang out, cool decor...excellent BBQ...and GALLONS of beer!

2
★★★★★

I have a blast everytime I go.
Casual, fun food, great place to hang out, cool decor...excellent BBQ...and GALLONS of beer!

Pros: Casual, Fun, Great Food

Cons: Often crowded, can be difficult to find a place to sit (especially with a group)

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Be sure to check out Fette Sau if you are a fan of German style black pepper Pastramis, smoked ribs, and traditional potato salads. The BBQ beans are reminiscent of a dark and chocolaty mole sauce. Be smart and put the BBQ sauce aside. The only restaurant I know that serves beer in glass gallon jugs. The bar also features the most impressive array of bourbons this side of the east river. Bring your wallet.

4
★★★★☆

Be sure to check out Fette Sau if you are a fan of German style black pepper Pastramis, smoked ribs, and traditional potato salads. The BBQ beans are reminiscent of a dark and chocolaty mole sauce. Be smart and put the BBQ sauce aside. The only restaurant I know that serves beer in glass gallon jugs. The bar also features the most impressive array of bourbons this side of the east river. Bring your wallet.

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My friends and I would go here in the summer and grab a picnic table and sit for hours stuffing ourselves and drinking. IIf you want to sit outside, get here by 7pm because the table turn over is slow and you'll need to get here before the dinner rush. Once you land a picnic table, you head inside to fill up your tray of the delicious bbq. Our favorites are the pastrami and the beef ribs. The BBQ sauces are uninspired but the meat is so tender and delicious. I wish the potato salad was more mayonaise based...but the rolls are soft and perfect and the baked beans are great. Its gluttony at its finest and very worth the happy bloating afterwards!

2
★★★★☆

My friends and I would go here in the summer and grab a picnic table and sit for hours stuffing ourselves and drinking. IIf you want to sit outside, get here by 7pm because the table turn over is slow and you'll need to get here before the dinner rush. Once you land a picnic table, you head inside to fill up your tray of the delicious bbq. Our favorites are the pastrami and the beef ribs. The BBQ sauces are uninspired but the meat is so tender and delicious. I wish the potato salad was more mayonaise based...but the rolls are soft and perfect and the baked beans are great. Its gluttony at its finest and very worth the happy bloating afterwards!

Pros: amazing pastrami and beef ribs

Cons: hard to get a picnic table outside in the summer

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I read that this place was open till 4am, so I headed over around 11. Unfortunately, the menu is shortened to three choices "after hours": pulled pork with a bun, a sausage with a bun and beans, all served in small portions. You can't order your meat by the pound "after hours". The pulled pork lived up to its reputation. There was no sauce on it, but it didn't need it, and after tasting it i totally ignored my sausage - it was so good. The beans had alot of flavor, and there was pulled pork and sausage in there. Yum. I'm not much of a bean person, but I got it because it was recommended and wasn't disappointed. The portions were way too small, though. 20 minutes later when I went back for seconds, the "after hours" food had run out. Someone told me to get there around 5:30 next time - but what's the fun for gorging yourself on meat at 5:30? I wish they kept the meat coming late.

2
★★★★☆

I read that this place was open till 4am, so I headed over around 11. Unfortunately, the menu is shortened to three choices "after hours": pulled pork with a bun, a sausage with a bun and beans, all served in small portions. You can't order your meat by the pound "after hours". The pulled pork lived up to its reputation. There was no sauce on it, but it didn't need it, and after tasting it i totally ignored my sausage - it was so good. The beans had alot of flavor, and there was pulled pork and sausage in there. Yum. I'm not much of a bean person, but I got it because it was recommended and wasn't disappointed. The portions were way too small, though. 20 minutes later when I went back for seconds, the "after hours" food had run out. Someone told me to get there around 5:30 next time - but what's the fun for gorging yourself on meat at 5:30? I wish they kept the meat coming late.

Pros: food, interesting decor

Cons: Bartender was snippy, food ran out

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Alright! This place is a ton of fun, even if the food is sort of lacking. I agree with the fatty cuts of meat - my ribs were tasty but mostly inedible. The pulled pork was fantastic though, absolutely my favorite. I enjoyed the baked beans very much, lots of meaty, smoky flavor. The potato salad was good but it would have been much better if it was so cold, I couldn't exactly taste it very well. The brisket was a lovely cut of meat but a tad tasteless. All the spices on all the cuts of meat were underwhelming. I wish there was more differentiation between the rubs and explanation as to what what they were - sweet, spicy (no), heat - all of the above? I would have liked the ribs to be sweeter since I THINK that's what they were going for - I could taste it, but it wasn't there just yet. Don't let them force you into getting more food: "That's not enough for two people...." It was enough for the two of us, and we would have gotten more if we weren't so stuffed and happy. I did not leave room for pie!!! Oh, and the prices were very affordable - the two of us had 3 meats, 2 sides, a few beers and we spend around $30. We did not partake in any of the whiskey (we had a rough night previously). I'll definitely go back, the atmosphere was right on (for me), the beers on tap were all delicious (and you get to chose your size so you can taste more than one), the decor was thoughtful, welcoming and clever, the staff was good (bartender could have been in a better mood), and it was an overall fun dining experience. I just wish they gave you cornbread (with honey) instead of a bland roll. Nice place, hope it continues down the right path. Good job! We were there at about 7pm and were not denied anything. The place was pretty darn full too. Will they be open through the winter? I can see myself on a brisket and baked beans run during a blizzard.

2
★★★★☆

Alright! This place is a ton of fun, even if the food is sort of lacking. I agree with the fatty cuts of meat - my ribs were tasty but mostly inedible. The pulled pork was fantastic though, absolutely my favorite. I enjoyed the baked beans very much, lots of meaty, smoky flavor. The potato salad was good but it would have been much better if it was so cold, I couldn't exactly taste it very well. The brisket was a lovely cut of meat but a tad tasteless. All the spices on all the cuts of meat were underwhelming. I wish there was more differentiation between the rubs and explanation as to what what they were - sweet, spicy (no), heat - all of the above? I would have liked the ribs to be sweeter since I THINK that's what they were going for - I could taste it, but it wasn't there just yet. Don't let them force you into getting more food: "That's not enough for two people...." It was enough for the two of us, and we would have gotten more if we weren't so stuffed and happy. I did not leave room for pie!!! Oh, and the prices were very affordable - the two of us had 3 meats, 2 sides, a few beers and we spend around $30. We did not partake in any of the whiskey (we had a rough night previously). I'll definitely go back, the atmosphere was right on (for me), the beers on tap were all delicious (and you get to chose your size so you can taste more than one), the decor was thoughtful, welcoming and clever, the staff was good (bartender could have been in a better mood), and it was an overall fun dining experience. I just wish they gave you cornbread (with honey) instead of a bland roll. Nice place, hope it continues down the right path. Good job! We were there at about 7pm and were not denied anything. The place was pretty darn full too. Will they be open through the winter? I can see myself on a brisket and baked beans run during a blizzard.

Pros: fun, good food, great atmosphere, nice prices. It can be romantic if you want it to be.

Cons: no corn bread? what's the deal?

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Seriously, I don't know what the negative reviewers are talking about. I've been to Fette Sau twice, had exceptional barbecue, and the people who work there are nothing but super nice. Their lines are continuously out the door, so yeah, sometimes they may be a little harried, and yeah they may sell out of some stuff, but give them a break! It's a new business, and they're wildly successful. I'm sure they never dreamed they'd be selling as much as they are. However, they always have several offerings (I've never seen the case empty), and the fact that they change over what they offer several times a night ensures that what you're getting is fresh and delicious. It takes a while to cook brisket until the fat and ligaments break down so much that it MELTS in your mouth. I think Fette Sau is an unpretentious, delicious, inexpensive (my boyfriend and I ordered A LOT of food and the bill was $20) alternative in Williamsburg. The only complaint I have is that the crowd can get a little rowdy...but feh, what does that matter if I can have amazing BBQ and delicious beer at a reasonable price?

2
★★★★★

Seriously, I don't know what the negative reviewers are talking about. I've been to Fette Sau twice, had exceptional barbecue, and the people who work there are nothing but super nice. Their lines are continuously out the door, so yeah, sometimes they may be a little harried, and yeah they may sell out of some stuff, but give them a break! It's a new business, and they're wildly successful. I'm sure they never dreamed they'd be selling as much as they are. However, they always have several offerings (I've never seen the case empty), and the fact that they change over what they offer several times a night ensures that what you're getting is fresh and delicious. It takes a while to cook brisket until the fat and ligaments break down so much that it MELTS in your mouth. I think Fette Sau is an unpretentious, delicious, inexpensive (my boyfriend and I ordered A LOT of food and the bill was $20) alternative in Williamsburg. The only complaint I have is that the crowd can get a little rowdy...but feh, what does that matter if I can have amazing BBQ and delicious beer at a reasonable price?

Pros: Brisket, beans, potato salad, ribs; nice people; great space.

Cons: A little loud?

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We saw a line of people outside so we naturally assumed the food must be great. we were so disappointed with the metal tray of what they served as BBQ. The meat was cold and had no flavor The pork belly was so fatty I couldn't even eat it. We tried the flank steak and the meat was falling apart because it was so dry. They sell the meat by the pound so if you want to try this place, make sure you have FETTE POCKETS!!

0
★☆☆☆☆

We saw a line of people outside so we naturally assumed the food must be great. we were so disappointed with the metal tray of what they served as BBQ. The meat was cold and had no flavor The pork belly was so fatty I couldn't even eat it. We tried the flank steak and the meat was falling apart because it was so dry. They sell the meat by the pound so if you want to try this place, make sure you have FETTE POCKETS!!

Pros: interesting decor, good outdoor space

Cons: horrible food, long lines and very expensive

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Went there after reading mixed reviews about this place the other night. Got in line at 7:45, but the time we made it to the counter, 45 minutes later, they were out of most of the food we wanted. We ended up getting the flank steak (overcooked & dried out) the bacon (pure fat) the brisket (dried out except for the fat) and the baked beans (which was the best part, but was not that good) I don't understand why people think this place is that good. Is it because BBQ is rare in NYC and people will eat anything and think its good? Being born and raised outside of Memphis, I can tell you its not that good. Overpriced fatty meats and long lines to get slim pickins of food. Also everyone working there had an attitude. Smells good, but leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Went there after reading mixed reviews about this place the other night. Got in line at 7:45, but the time we made it to the counter, 45 minutes later, they were out of most of the food we wanted. We ended up getting the flank steak (overcooked & dried out) the bacon (pure fat) the brisket (dried out except for the fat) and the baked beans (which was the best part, but was not that good) I don't understand why people think this place is that good. Is it because BBQ is rare in NYC and people will eat anything and think its good? Being born and raised outside of Memphis, I can tell you its not that good. Overpriced fatty meats and long lines to get slim pickins of food. Also everyone working there had an attitude. Smells good, but leaves a bad taste in your mouth.

Pros: Good Beer selection

Cons: Long lines, overpriced fatty meats, crowded, bad service.

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After having BBQ in Luling, TX, I could only dream about it here in NYC. That was until Fette Sau! If you thought you'd never find good BBQ in NYC, your in luck. This is the real deal! No frills (except the bar) style restaurant. Get in line and get pounds of succulent brisket, ribs and flank steak. My favorite was the brisket and the fattier, the better. The sides are excellent too, having tried the baked beans and potato salad. I'm going to try some of thier whisky and great beers next time I go back. Amazing!!! The prices are higher than Texas, Memphis or KC but it's worth it. The sauces were not so great but the rub is so good, you don't need any. Where's the sweet tea? Best BBQ in NYC!

2
★★★★★

After having BBQ in Luling, TX, I could only dream about it here in NYC. That was until Fette Sau! If you thought you'd never find good BBQ in NYC, your in luck. This is the real deal! No frills (except the bar) style restaurant. Get in line and get pounds of succulent brisket, ribs and flank steak. My favorite was the brisket and the fattier, the better. The sides are excellent too, having tried the baked beans and potato salad. I'm going to try some of thier whisky and great beers next time I go back. Amazing!!! The prices are higher than Texas, Memphis or KC but it's worth it. The sauces were not so great but the rub is so good, you don't need any. Where's the sweet tea? Best BBQ in NYC!

Pros: Amazing BBQ and rub. Great beer.

Cons: You'll pay much more than Luling, TX. No sweet tea??

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I have been a couple of times to Fette Sau since it has opened, and have had very mixed experiances. The first time the bbq was good, but the bacon, brisket, and the pork butt was all very fatty. I went back Saturday night after a friend told me they wanted to go and after waiting in line for over 45 minutes we found out they had run out of food when we finally made our way to the counter. Management and the servers are way over their head and don't know how to run a restaurant. When we said something about them having to let all the people in line know they were out of food, the management got confrontational and in my face. They were all rude, and I will never be going back.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I have been a couple of times to Fette Sau since it has opened, and have had very mixed experiances. The first time the bbq was good, but the bacon, brisket, and the pork butt was all very fatty. I went back Saturday night after a friend told me they wanted to go and after waiting in line for over 45 minutes we found out they had run out of food when we finally made our way to the counter. Management and the servers are way over their head and don't know how to run a restaurant. When we said something about them having to let all the people in line know they were out of food, the management got confrontational and in my face. They were all rude, and I will never be going back.

Pros: Good beer and BBQ (if you cut around the fat)

Cons: Fatty meats and horrible customer service

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