The Low Down
Where to Sit: Booths in the upstairs mezzanine are best for people-watching.
What to Drink: There's a great selection of beers on tap, but don't overlook root beer or creamsicle ice cream floats. Unlimited refills on iced tea.
Know Before You Go: The Jazz Standard, a live jazz club, is downstairs. Two sets play weeknights, three on Fridays and Saturdays, and the cover varies ($15-$30). The full Blue Smoke menu is served, and there's no food or drink minimum.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by KidScore at KidScore
Blue Smoke is a great place for family dining, and the restaurant is large enough to accommodate strollers and car seats at your table. The restaurant...
Excellent Sunday night 12-29-13 with live jazz...
By ajennings at Menuism
Excellent Sunday night 12-29-13 with live jazz from Carmen mundy and full dinner from blue smoke menu. Jule... Read More
By at Gayot
Dedicated to bringing quality barbecue to the Big Apple, Blue Smoke serves up prime meats, fowl and fish from the smoker. Among the specialties are... Read More
If you like to chew on rubber
By Daniel E at Insider Pages
then Blue Smoke is the place for you. After reading mixed reviews and visiting their very well maintained and appetizing website, I decided to try ... Read More
Not cheap, but the $23 "rhapsody in 'cue" was...
By parkhyein at Menuism
Not cheap, but the $23 "rhapsody in 'cue" was a huge plate of food. Bonus points for the name. Long wait on... Read More
Blue Smoke is real Bar-b-q
By Jon G at Insider Pages
If your looking for authentic Bar-b-que in New York then head to Blue Smoke. Offering many styles of bar-bque, including, Memphis,Texas, St. Louis ... Read More