When you want Southern cooking with a cozy atmosphere suitable for a date, you go to Yardbird.
But when you want a no-frills country bar full of beer-guzzling, meat-eating sports fans, you go to Brother Jimmy’s BBQ.
Opening the second week of June in Mary Brickell Village, the down-home sports bar mirrors its New York (yes, BBQ via New York) locations with a large open floor featuring 40 flatscreens and colorful lighting.
Park it alongside the bar underneath the draped memorabilia as you take in the potent aroma coming from those old hickory smokers.
A different type of potent comes by way of whiskey-infused Louisville Lemonades, made with Jim Beam Devil’s Cut.
You'll find they stay true to their slogan, "Put Some South in Yo' Mouth," as you drool over Southern favorites including fried green tomatoes, hot wings, barbecue brisket, and dry rub ribs.
Don't blame Jimmy for sneaking in grouper and pulled pork empanadas. He's just trying to keep your palette as well-rounded as your belly will be.
By - The Rundown