Father’s Day often calls for firing up the grill. Yet, perhaps this year you’ll give dad a break from grill duty and treat him to a meal out. How about BBQ? It’s a fun meal and perfect eats fir the entire family. Consider thee Westchester locations for a finger-licking good Father’s Day celebration.
With two locations getting your dose of BBQ is easier than ever. Featuring a robust menu that includes mains, sandwiches and salads meals. Try the St. Louis or baby back ribs, Holy Smoke Chili, jumbo wings, Texas brisket, smoked chicken, loaded nachos, BBQ quesadillas, or homemade chorizo sausage. Not in the mood for BBQ? They have other options including a Smoked Salmon Cobb Salad and a chicken Caesar salad with simple grilled chicken. There’s a children’s menu featuring hotdogs, chicken tenders, pizza, burgers and ribs. There’s plenty of space in the three dining rooms and an outside dining area – great with kids in tow. Holy Smoke also has 30 taps of the very best craft beers.
Address 1: 2016 Albany Post Road, Croton-on-Hudson
Address 2: 241 Rte. 6N
Phone: 914-271-1260 (Croton) and 845-628-9795 (Mahopac)
Hours: Tuesday- Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 9 p.m.
Pik Nik BBQ
Enjoy smoked meats – ribs, brisket, chicken, sausage – in a variety of styles. The casual retro setting makes it a good choice when you have kids in tow. If your young ones aren’t into meat, no fear, they will be content with the yummy sides like mac and cheese, sweet potato wedges, French fries and cornbread or go for the friend chicken and tell them it’s grow-up chicken nuggets.
Address: 45 Main St., Tarrytown
Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 11:30 a.m. – 10 p.m.
You can saddle up for some serious BBQ at this comfort food gone wild oasis. The name Revenge refers to the slogan, “happiness is the best revenge.” And happy tummies are their goal. The super casual eatery offers Texas-style beef brisket, pulled-pork, smoked chicken, Hanzo sausage, Keuuz market sausage links and dinosaur beef ribs. There are also sandwiches and sides. Kids can be kept content with mac-n-cheese and custard corncake, plus a brownie or pudding cake for dessert. No reservations needed, it’s first come, first serve. You can get your order to go if you like too.
Addresss: 48 Main St., Irvington
Hours: Thursday – Sunday, noon to 7 p.m. (or when sold out)
Ribs on the Run
Want to have your ribs at home but prefer to have someone else cook them up? No problem. Ribs on the Run in White Plains offers BBQ delivery. Choose from BBQ ribs, chicken and combo dinners as well as Buffalo wings, fried fish, burgers, stuffed baked potatoes and BBQ sandwiches. Grab some macaroni and cheese, corn bread, and corn on the cob for the kids and you are all set. There’s also an on-site casual dining area.
Address: 396 Central Ave., White Plains
Phone: to order dial 914-428-7428 or 914-428-7427
Hours: Monday -Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and Sunday, noon to 9 p.m.