Here’s a list of links that we’ve put together for fans of The Bubbas’ Barbikyu. We’ve put everything from our favorite NYC spots to websites and businesses we recommend.
- Englishtown Auctions
This is our new home in NJ. We’ll be there every Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting)!
Click here to see a map of the location.
Click here for directions to this amazing market.
- Mardi Gras Festival Production- NYC
We work with this production company. Check out their calendar to find out what is going on in NYC. Check The Bubbas Barbikyu calendar to find out if we will be there!
- Mort and Ray Festivals -NYC
This is another festival production company we work with. Its a great resource to find out about festivals in NYC. Check The Bubbas Barbikyu calendar to find find out where we will be!
- Soul Joel Comedy Productions
Looking for a great night out with lots of laughs? You’ll want to see one of Soul Joel’s comedy shows featuring top comedians.
- I Love New York Tourism Website
This is the official NY website on everything great in New York.
- Chowhound NYC
Here is a great website to use to find great eats in NYC, when you are not eating our BBQ.
NYC Filipino Restaurants
This is the McDonalds of the Philippines. Now in Queens. 62-29 Roosevelt Avenue (63rd Street), Woodside, Queens; (718) 426-4445;
- Kuma Inn
Filipino Thai Fusion Restaurant. Located at 113 Ludlow St. 2nd Floor. Between Delancey and Rivington Street in Manhattan (212) 353-8866.
Great Filipino eats in Little Manila in Queens. Located at 4006 70th St, Flushing, NY (718) 205-1480
- Elvie’s Turo-Turo
Inexpensive filipino eats in NYC. Located at 214 1st Ave (between 12th St & 13th St) New York, NY 10009 (212) 473-7785
- Grill 21 NYC
American Asian Fusion restaurant getting great reviews. Located at 346 East 21st Street New York, NY 10010 (212)473-5950
- Umi Nom
Sister restaurant to Kuma in Brooklyn. Located at 433 Dekalb Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205 (718) 789-8806.
- Philipine Bread House
PBH offers a wide range of exciting products. The main are the “Brioche Breads” or Ensaymadas. Pan de Sal, Pork Buns and Pan de Coco. Conventional Cakes and Native delicacies are also available. 530 Newark Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201)659-1753
HOW TO GET AROUND NYC
- The Tagalog Dictionary
- Google Translate – English to Filipino
- Department of Tourism – Philippines
- Filipino Recipes
- National Anthem of the Philippines
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- PDZ Electric
Electrician in Edison New Jersey. Call him today.
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- Blue Stream Media
Contemporary photography by Ramon and Heidi. Check them out on Facebook.
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- The Dugout Pub and Grill
Rob Renaud’s Bar and grill on Staten Island. 1614 Forest Avenue SI, NY. 718-273-4480. Check out the Staten Island Fun Leagues at www.FunLeagues.com
- Brian Tenorio
He’s a designer of bespoke men’s shoes in the Philippines. He’s looking to open a line in NY. He’s got a show at the Philippine Consulate for May 2010.