Queens Bully gastropub offers American barbecue along with menu items featuring global flavors. Named after the nickname owner Rohan Aggarwal gave Queens Boulevard as a kid, this spot celebrates the neighborhood culture of NYC’s most diverse borough. With communal tables and a long bar, the eatery is a hub during weekends and sports events. Half or whole Chicken, Brisket, Baby Back Ribs, Pulled Pork, and Smoked Jackfruit are all cooked low and slow for hours. And unique flavor profiles are also spotlighted in sandwiches like the 74th Street Aloo Tikki (cumin spiced potato patty with mint chutney) or the Astoria Lamb Burger (feta mint spread). For your dipping pleasure, extra sides of their house made barbecue sauces are recommended
Queens Bully takes the zeal of American barbecue and blends it with global flavors. Chef Melvin “Boots” Johnson, (also the 2018 champion of the Food Network's Chopped), opened the gastropub in 2017 and has been showcasing the cultural diversity of its home borough since. The menu offers popular game-day starters like Loaded Fries and a large variety of wings that also come in the vegan-friendly option of cauliflower. A large brunch menu, taco Tuesdays, and an entire section dedicated to smoked meat sandwiches is also available. You also may want to peep the Insta-worthy Creamy Cheddar Mac N’ Cheese that comes with the option to add ons like Buffalo Shrimp, Bacon Lardons, and Smoked Jackfruit.