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Dougie’s BBQ & Grill is Back Open in Brooklyn!

Buffalo Wings [Image by Mark Medetsky]
Dougie’s famous Buffalo Wings [Image by Mark Medetsky]
After a 5 year hiatus from Brooklyn, Dougie’s BBQ has reopened in the borough after the Borough Park location closed back in 2011. Announced a year ago, Dougie’s has finally reopened on Ave. J under a different ownership than the original location.

The restaurant’s official opening is Monday, although the restaurant was open for the past week under a “soft opening” testing period.

Menu items for Dougie’s should be familiar to most who are familiar with the restaurant. It includes their favorites buffalo wings, fire slammers, chili, Unbelieveable Onion, multiple types of fries (curly/spicy was my fave), a whole slew of burgers and sandwiches, ribs, and more old favorites, with new additions including pretzel crusted chicken, lamb burger, and meat pizza options. For the health conscious, a few soup and salad options are on the menu as well.

Interior of Dougie's BBQ Brooklyn [Image by @bizdesigns_llc Graffiti by @intelligentgraffiti]
Interior of Dougie’s BBQ Brooklyn [Image by @bizdesigns_llc
Graffiti by @intelligentgraffiti]
As for the design of the restaurant, it is a departure from the Dougie’s of old, using a more modern/rustic decor and signage out front, which is nice to see.


Dougie’s hours are Sunday – Thursday 12pm – 9:30pm for now.


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  • In early years Dougies (at 72nd Street) had a very tasty tempura veggies plate, featuring many kinds of veggies including mushrooms and cauliflower, gradually the variety became less (on 18th Avenue) and less until it is now (in Teaneck) pretty much all slices of sweet potato. Would someone volunteer to try the veggie tempura and report back?