Brother Jimmy's Bait Shack

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1644 3rd Avenue, New York, NY, USA - (212) 426-2020

Brother Jimmy's Bait Shack New York Reviews

gmalagon gmalagon
30 reviews
Dec 18, 2007
The Scene

Spring Break never ends at Brother Jimmy's, a rowdy post-collegiate hangout where the air smells sweetly of stale beer and the chipper waitresses look like Hooters imports. The modus operandi here is simple: to drink and eat as much as humanly possible. For 70 bucks, a group of four can suck down the blinding, two-and-a-half gallon Trash Can Punch. And yes, they even serve Pabst Blue Ribbon and Natural Light.

The Food

The Southern menu is cheap and generously portioned. The ribs are among the best in the city and are available in both "wet" and "dry rub" versions. The former are sweeter, juicier and more tender, while the latter are spicier and more savory. Collard greens and mashed potatoes make for good side orders, and the butter-slathered corn bread is moist and sweet. Brother Jimmy's is also good for kids--all children younger than 12 eat for free.
Brother Jimmy's
djinn88 says:
Nice writeup!
Posted on: Dec 18, 2007
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