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By: Tia

Tue, 14 Aug 2007 03:20:58 +0000

It was my birthday and I was NYC for the occasion, I am originally from Oklahoma City so I decided to go to Oklahoma Smoke. The location was perfect; Just a few blocks away from the subway so finding it was easy. The smell when you walk in is delicious. My husband and I ordered the ribs while our friends got the chicken and smoked shrimp. The Chef was sweet enough to prepare a table for us and put some beautiful rose petals and a candle on one of their tables. Our sides came out first and were amazing. Next our meats came out so artfully arranged on the plate, it was gorgeous. But then the true test came, we ate. The meat on the chicken and the ribs was so tender that it fell off the bone. The Rub is mouth-watering and so is the BBQ sauce. You almost canâ€(image) t believe you have only spent about $10 a person. The place is really busy but you donâ€(image) t have to wait long. And ask to look at the chefâ€(image) s picture album. I couldnâ€(image) t ask for a better place to eat for my birthday.



By: cia

Tue, 31 Jul 2007 19:28:38 +0000

You should try Sherman's. The meat falls off right away--probably not necessarily good for a barbeque, but good for soft, flavorful meat. I've bought almost a rack there for about $10 served as individual pieces and barely with bones. Another one to try is the stand on Adam Clayton around 135th Street. There's a big momma on the sidewalk who serves ribs cooked in an old drum in the summer. Expect to be charged double if you don't "look like" you're from the neighborhood.



By: CaliB

Tue, 31 Jul 2007 19:22:10 +0000

Okay, I thought it was just a problem I had with the customer service in this spot. They definitely don't know what they are doing in there. The pulled pork was tasty (well the sauce was) though a bit tough. Better than the other options in the area. Sherman's always smells so strongly of swine that I can never bring myself to order anything and the place is filthy yet their prices are high. Go figure! Not sure how they stay in business...must have a great deal on rent.



By: Jerky

Sat, 28 Jul 2007 03:42:36 +0000

I lived in Oklahoma for 11 years, and the good BBQ tended to be dry-rubbed and smoked, with any sauce on the side....very much like Texas BBQ. Never seen anything like those ribs and orange sauce; sides were typically potato salad/beans/cole-slaw. *Definitely* no collards or dirty rice.