By Brandon Chuang
on 5.1.12
Photo by Brisketlab

New York is known for a lot of things, but barbecue ain’t one of them. Luckily for those in the city that never eats good barbecue, there’s hope on the horizon. Brisketlab is a self-described “underground smoked meat guild” that sells shares in authentic, Texas-style brisket to hungry New Yorkers. At a price of $25 a share, purchasers get a pound of brisket that’s been smoked using post oak wood straight from the Lone Star state, as well as an invite to a monthly shareholders’ party where you can collect on your meaty investment to the accompaniment of live music and drinks. Registration is set to open to the public early this summer, but eager eaters can sign up on the company’s website to be notified exactly when the culinary IPO launches. Our suggestion? Strong buy.

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