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    1. Defiant Brewing Co.

    This Rockland County microbrewery is a one-stop shop for top brews and a vibe to match. Stop by for a drink, then stay for the mouthwatering barbecue for which Defiant is locally famous. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 3. The Wicked Wolf II

  • 5. Trattoria Vivolo

    6. Handsome Devil BBQ

    Co-owned by award-winning pitmaster Ed Randolph. The menu features barbecue classics, like smoked brisket and St. Louis ribs, homemade sausages, collards, Carolina cole slaw, banana pudding, and pecan hand pies. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 7. Billy Joe’s Ribworks

    It’s BBQ with a view at this popular waterfront hangout. In warmer weather, people swarm the deck, where a second bar awaits. Traditional St. Louis ribs as well as beefy “brontosaurus” ribs are available “naked” or with a dousing of house-made sauce. For $55, Split Billy Joe’s Feast among three people and get ribs, chicken, Read more...
  • Beacon is one of the most walkable cities in the Valley, and visitors definitely work up an appetite. To the rescue: Hudson Valley Food Hall. Miz Hattie’s BBQ hands out pulled pork sandies and brisket bowls, while Barb’s Fryworks does loaded French fries like no other. Finish off with ice cream sundaes and loaded Liège Read more...
  • 9. Billy Bob’s BBQ

    BBQ joint offering smoked meats, grill grub, and daily happy hour specials that are as creative as they are delicious.
  • 10. Early Terrible

    This is the sort of place that exudes cool. The sister location to The Mud Club in Woodstock, the venue turns on right when the club transitions from an a.m. bakery and coffee stop to a p.m. sourdough pizza joint. Order a cocktail or glass of wine, then grab a seat at any of the Read more...

    11. Smoky Rock BBQ

    A signature, 16-spice rub is the hallmark of this self-proclaimed New York-style ’cue joint, serving slow-smoked meats (grass-fed brisket, St. Louis-cut ribs) and down-home sides. The pet-friendly patio is a popular spot for outdoor dining in warmer months. All of Smoky Rock’s meats are farm-raised and grass fed, but the real secret here is their Read more...
  • 12. Brothers Barbecue

    True, vinegar-based Carolina pulled pork, pepper-crusted beef brisket, and wings are among the slow-smoked meats at this New Windsor eatery. Made-from-scratch sides, include collards, candied yams, and Brothers famous mac ’n’ cheese.