Mon: 12PM - 3:30PM
Tue - Wed: 12PM - Midnight
Thu - Fri: 12PM - 3:30PM
Sat - Sun: 11AM - 3:30PM
"Delicious" 'cue with "exotic" SE Asian flair is the deal at these West Village–Williamsburg BBQ joints from chef Zak Pelaccio, also known for their "interesting, strong cocktails"; the settings and service are "casual" and the mood "festive", equally suited to "date" night or "with a group"; P.S. the "amazing drunk brunch" at Carmine Street packs serious "value."
Fatty Cue is located in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Barbecue, Asian, Fusion, Eclectic, and International cuisine. Fatty Cue accepts advance reservations and serves alcohol.Click to see map »
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