Food is served cafeteria style from the front. The eating area in the back has three long and one small communal tables and a couple of counter seats.
Perhaps it was an off night, but I wouldn’t recommend anything we ordered. The meat in the Texas sliced beef brisket sandwich with pickles and onions ($12.90) was tender but served on a stale bun needing warm sauce. Same with the meat in the Carolina pulled pork sandwich ($11.50) – it was also served at room temperature again not much sauce. It was topped with a little creamy cole slaw … I expected the North Carolina pulled pork sandwiches to come with a vinegary, not creamy, cole slaw. Both sandwiches were quite mediocre.
Also disappointing were the fixin’s. Oddly, the goopy baked beans with burnt ends had no flavor even when I sprinkled on the salt it lacked. The Bourbon peaches were flavorful, but the texture made us think the fruit had been on the steam table for days.
Daisy May’s BBQ USA
623 11th Ave
New York, NY 10036