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Pork Slope
Barbecue Restaurant$
Today 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
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247 5th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11215
247 5th AveUSNYBrooklyn11215
(718) 768-7675porkslopebrooklyn.com
$Barbecue Restaurant, Bar & GrillToday 5:00 pm – 4:00 am
Monday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amTuesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amWednesday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amThursday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amFriday 5:00 pm – 4:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 4:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 4:00 am
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BBQ & an extensive list of whiskeys offered in a bar/restaurant inspired by the movie "Road House."- Google
People talk about porky melt, tater tots, st louis ribs, road house and shrimp po boy
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Sabra Larsen
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This place is like home away from home..the food is slow cooked and awesome…the friendly atmosphere invites you to stay as long as you want…come on and pull up a chair…kick back and have a beer!
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sage litsky
reviewed 11 months ago
The tasty food at Pork Slope is just one part of the experience. The bar is stocked with every kind of brown liquor you can think of or have never heard of. My favorite eats: wedge salad with sirracha ranch dressing and bacon, buffalo shrimp, chicken nuggets and the ribs are amazing! The service is spotty, sometimes good and sometimes you have to try hard to get someones attention. The food makes up for it though!
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Avi Mash
reviewed 11 months ago
I tried Pork Slope at the Googa Mooga festival, and tried their pork belly grilled cheese sandwich. Gotta say, top of the line! Total foodgasm.
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Amber King
reviewed 7 months ago
You name a restaurant Pork Slope and you're expecting BBQ wonderland but I was sadly underwhelmed. I dug the dive-y demeanor with its pink neon lights, but even just gazing at the unexciting menu, I knew I'd be disappointed. Nothing really jumped out at me as sounding really spectacular besides the Mother Porker with bacon and fried eggs, which I decided against ordering because it was already late and I wasn't in the mood for a gut bomb. I asked the waitress' opinion on what their sweetest cocktail was and she suggested something like the Tequila Sunset, which really just tasted like booze with a splash of grapefruit. I was not happy with it. The Shrimp Po Boy was actually pretty good, but let's be honest, it's NOT a true po' boy, just a regular sandwich. The shrimp were fried well and were so big and plentiful I could barely pick up the sandwich, and with just the right amount of chipotle mayo. But if you're expecting something like what you'd find in N'awlins you'll be disappointed. The tater tots were good, even retaining its crunch after being refrigerated and eaten cold. I may come back for the Mother Porker but this place was a let-down.
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Adam Rubens
reviewed 11 months ago
At first glance, having a Chicago style hot dog on the menu is wonderful, and a welcome addition to the neighborhood. But upon further inspection, there's a whole bunch of stuff wrong. 1. The hot dog is grilled 2. The pickles are not in "spear" shape 3. The relish is not bright green. 4. There is no celery salt. Dale should know better. He put the item on the menu because he is from Chicago. This is not a proper Chicago style hot dog. This makes me sad. I also had the porky melt at Pig Island and was excited to try it at the restaurant. What they served on the Island was not what I got... The restaurant version was on marble rye (not griddled pumpernickel) and had mustard. it also tasted beefier, rather than porky. Maybe that's how it "normally" is, but I fell in love with the version at Pig Island and want it again. Also worth mentioning, the shrimp "Po Boy" is more like fried shrimp on Texas Toast and their coleslaw is sub-par. Lots of little things that should improve.
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Esme Carino
reviewed a year ago
I arrived the day of the snow storm 2/10 with my 9 year old son who was very excited to play a game of pool. The manager, Billy could have been hungover because he was dismissive and rude. He would not even have a conversation with me. He just spoke over his shoulder telling me we could not play pool. I had been in two weeks earlier during the day to teach my son the game and their wasn't a problem. The owner's number was unavailable to discuss the matter, (I hope there wont be a real emergency, LOL). I had their pork sandwich which was fair. I was disappointed because I love a good pork sandwich. It was terribly sweet and the pork was too wet for the bread which became soggy. I will not return.
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