Well, tonight is the final night of Bar BQ, the Brooklyn barbecue joint whose kitchen I anchored for just over two years. The place has been sold and will close tomorrow for any renovations and such that the new owners plan to implement, and I admit to having mixed feelings about it. The place was both a source of great joy and agonizing annoyances that many on the staff poured some serious blood, sweat and tears into to make it work and turn it into a semi-infamous neighborhood fixture, and now it's over.
I have some pressing work-related stuff that I should be taking care of, but I'll be there tonight to bid farewell to what was a valiant endeavor, so if you feel like checking out the place before it gets turned into what I predict will be yet another douchey, wannabe-West Side, overpriced shit-on-a-shingle establishment, come on down and pay your (dis)respects. Bar BQ is located on the corner of 6th Avenue and 20th Street in Brooklyn and is accessible from the R and F subway lines. Be there or be square, and witness the end of an era.