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Southern Hospitality BBQ NYC Offers Memphis-Style Ribs and More

Southern Hospitality BBQ NYC Offers Memphis-Style Ribs and More

Dec 28, 2017, 12:00 am
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At Southern Hospitality BBQ, they cook barbecue “Memphis Style.” To learn more about Memphis style BBQ these restaurateurs traveled down to Memphis with their award-winning chefs and researched what makes Memphis BBQ so special. What they learned was then brought back and now they’re able to feature a little bit of Memphis-style barbecue right here in New York City.

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Southern Hospitality BBQ Menu

The menu at Southern Hospitality is a blur of barbecue, Southern fare and the pub grub you’d expect at your local Memphis neighborhood restaurant. The barbecue menu offers two kinds of ribs (babybacks and spare ribs), sliced smoked beef brisket, pulled pork, barbecued chicken and pulled chicken.

For the ‘cue-phobes put there, the restaurant also serves up fried chicken, mac and cheese, fried shrimp and slow smoked prime rib. Appetizers at Southern Hospitality BBQ lean toward both the Southern and the fried, with chicken fingers, lobster hush puppies, fried pickles, BBQ nachos, burnt-end brisket chili, fried green tomatoes, as well as a vareity of other mouthwatering Southern specialties. For dessert, the pecan pie and banana pudding are just two of the delicious signature items on the menu.

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