A chopped brisket sandwich is served with sides of collard greens, coleslaw and cornbread at South Shore BBQ Company. (Credit: Daniel Brennan)
Last week it was gastropubs. This week in Eat Here Now, Newsday’s survey of Long Island’s top 100 restaurants, we’re focusing on barbecue.
Only a few years back, you could count the number of serious local barbecue spots on one hand. Thankfully, those days of settling for so-so ribs, chicken, brisket and pulled pork smothered in sticky sauce are gone.
So roll down your car window and...
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