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70 W. Main St. (Railroad Ave.) Send to Phone
631-447-7744 | Order Now! | Menu
A passable option for fans of beer, barbecue and blues.

Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Dress code: Casual
  • Entertainment: Bar open late
  • Full bar

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Bobbique Restaurant Review

: Bobbique is the area’s only option for barbecue, and it is a decent one, especially for beer drinkers and blues fans. An extensive selection of the former is offered, including local brews from Blue Point and Brooklyn on draft, with a long list of bottles besides. The concert calendar is booked with at least two shows a week and often more in the high season. As for barbecue, all the requisite dishes are available, from St. Louis ribs to a pulled pork sandwich and chopped brisket, and the atmosphere is reminiscent of a true Southern barbecue joint: orders are placed at the counter and the messy 'cue devoured at a table, accompanied by a whole roll of paper towels. Barbecue chicken is moist, and barbecue shrimp skewers are similarly well done --- get the sweet potato fries as one of your two included sides. Banana pudding provides a rich and satisfying end to the meal, but you can also opt for apple caramel or bourbon pecan pie.


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