Blue Smoke is a barbecue restaurant rooted in the culinary traditions of the American South and raised in New York City. Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois draws inspiration from his native Louisiana, serving soulful southern barbecue and sides like Seven Pepper Brisket, Alabama White Wings, and Cornbread Madeleines. Throughout the menu are dishes that feature ingredients sourced from some of the best Southern farmers and purveyors, from Anson Mills to Leidenheimer Baking Company. An all-American beverage menu complements the Southern cooking with a wide range of whiskeys, wines, cocktails, and craft beers from coast to coast.
Named for the curl of smoke that rises from the pit, Blue Smoke was one of New York City’s first barbecue joints when it opened nearly 15 years ago, and now has sister locations in Battery Park City and the Delta terminal at John F. Kennedy Airport, as well as outposts in Citifield and Nationals Park.
Blue Smoke Flatiron is a non-tipping restaurant. Hospitality Included.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Sunday-Thursday: 11:30am – 10pm
Friday-Saturday: 11:30am – 11pm
BATTERY PARK CITY