Editor’s Note: The Haze is now close.
The Haze does all of your succulent, smoky favorites—ribs, brisket and pulled pork. But what’s different is that each comes prepared two ways, either traditionally western or unconventionally Asian. For example, order your chicken either applewood smoked or curry spiced. Then pick two sides from a stupendous list that changes seasonally—slaw, potato salad, smothered greens, sweet chile parsnips; all are homemade. For total indulgence, add a slice of pie or slab of cornbread. A genuine barbecue joint to be sure, but the atmosphere is calculatedly civilized. Whether you dine in or carry out, The Haze reckons to please Q devotees and neophytes alike.
PHOTO: (Clockwise from top left) Pile your plate high with pulled pork with vinegar sauce, house slaw, pickled vegetable salad and Char Siu pork, a Cantonese-style barbecue marinated in honey, ginger and five spice.
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