Randall’s Barbecue

Chalkboard Wisdom: Randall’s Gets Controversial on Grand Street [Updated]

Last modified October 1, 2018 at 10:10 am

Randall’s Barbecue opened on Grand Street in August to mediocre reviews. They’re now joking (and irking) with a double entendre of a sandwich board outside the entrance. The two-toned message – “Let us get you drunk and fill you with our meat.” One reader quipped, “Really obnoxious, particularly given recent headlines (i.e. Brett Kavanaugh). What […]

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Sneak Peek Inside ‘Randall’s Barbecue,’ Opening August 26 on Grand Street

Last modified August 16, 2018 at 12:51 pm

Time has come for Randall’s Barbecue on Grand Street. Months of delays in the rearview, the newcomer restaurant is set to start serving in two weeks. Here’s a sneak peek inside the establishment at 359 Grand. There is picnic seating plus bar stools facing the open kitchen. The Randall’s menu consists of barbecue classics like […]

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Randall’s Barbecue Adds Signage on Grand Street Ahead of July Opening

Posted June 21, 2018 at 5:07 am

Randall’s Barbecue is nearing the finish line on Grand Street, bringing traif to the onetime Kosher pizzeria. Contractors last week installed the new brown awning, signaling the end of another commercial vacancy in this low-rise stretch. As previously reported, proprietor Jared Male, a pit-master veteran of both Hill Country and Dinosaur BBQ in Harlem, plans to […]

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‘Randall’s Barbecue’ Gears up for Springtime Debut on Grand Street

Posted February 1, 2018 at 5:05 am

The Seward Park environs will soon welcome its first barbecue joint. Randall’s Barbecue is on the precipice of opening a new restaurant in the Grand Street retail strip. The first semblance of its arrival now sits in the windows as teaser signage. Get ready, folks, for more congestion at the corner of Grand and Essex Streets. […]

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‘Randall’s Barbecue’ Takes a Foothold in Seward Park

Posted September 5, 2017 at 5:07 am

Shalom Chai pizzeria is three years in the grave, but its former Grand Street headquarters might soon go traif. From kosher dairy to barbecue, in fact. You’ll recall that the landlord of 359 Grand Street, the Seward Park Co-op, evicted the business in May 2014. That’s when first-timer Nathan Sklar signed a fifteen-year lease to impart a Mediterranean […]

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