Pitt Cue Co. Restaurant

For an American lost in London, Pitt Cue Co. offers expats a savory, satisfying taste of the heartland. The soho-located restaurant, founded in 2011 on a dream that American BBQ would sit well in the stomach of the British, opened up a location on Newburgh Street and has, ever since, sweetened up London’s taste palate. The two-floor barbeque oasis offers a petite bar on the upper level, complete with pork scratchings and crowd favorites like Pabst Blue Ribbon and bourbon in basically anything. Downstairs, the dining room seats about thirty patrons — intimately. There’s a strict no reservation policy but the upside is you’re never a stranger: You’ll get to know your neighbor (and your server) in the cozy space.

Kitchen hours run Monday to Saturday from 12 to 3 and again from 6 to 10:30, and on Sundays, you can dig in on greasy eats from 12 to 4. Everything from the menu, to the service, to the eats boasts personality aplenty.

The Network
Whale Global