Alessandra Sanchez-Medina | August 7, 2020 | Food & Drink
We rounded up the best takeout barbecue in the comfort of your own home.
Ribs from Green Hill Kitchen & Que
Located in downtown Greenport, Green Hill Kitchen & Que features award-winning barbecue from chef and pitmaster Matty Boudreau, who is passionate about authentic, wood-smoked barbecue. Signature dishes include 24-hour brisket and the smoked vegan pulled jackfruit. A fabulous live music scene in the upstairs lounge completes the barbecue experience. 48 Front St., Greenport
From traditional brisket sandwiches to not-so-typical spice-rubbed grilled salmon, Smokin’ Wolf BBQ will fulfill any barbecue craving. The chefs fuse different genres of food with the genuine Southwest barbecue palate—think a pulled duck quesadilla or tequila lime shrimp cocktail. Order a spread with smoked pulled pork, slowly smoked barbecue ribs or fried chicken with fresh sides. The spot is now open for curbside pickup and delivery, but make sure to order ahead to avoid long wait times. 199 Pantigo Road, East Hampton
For the last 40 years, Spicy’s BBQ in Riverhead has been a favorite for its fried chicken wings. Plus, the joint dishes up heaping helpings of fried fish and pulled pork. The plates pair with hot and spicy sauces at this no-frills diner. 225 W. Main St., Riverhead
TownLine BBQ’s Sagaponack exterior.
At TownLine BBQ, meat reigns supreme; the business sources it meticulously, ensuring that no antibiotics or hormones cross your lips. The smoked meats are prepared daily and available until the ’cue runs out. Brisket, ribs and chicken, paired with the famous spicy bread- and-butter pickles, are what make TownLine memorable—not to mention the expansive bar program, offering 70-plus whiskey bottle selections, local craft beer from seven taps, wine on tap and signature cocktails. 3593 Montauk Highway, Sagaponack
Photography by: Townline photo by Eric Striffler; Green Hill photo by Lianne Alcon