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Hill Country Barbecue

Hill Country Barbecue takes its cue from the legendary meat-markets-turned-barbecue-joints of Central Texas and their distinctive dry-rub style.

Hill Country Hospitality, which operates Hill Country Barbecue and Hill County Chicken, was founded with the vision of bringing the authentic cuisine, original culture, and famed music of the Central Texas barbecue belt to New York City in honor of the barbecue and live music capital of Texas,

With a combination of a unique, inviting ambiance, and an award-winning menu (including meats smoked with traditional Texan Post Oak), great cocktails, Texas brews, and lots of live music, Hill Country Barbecue became  an instant classic. The restaurant garnering rave reviews, including a two-star review by The New York Times, topping Wall Street Journal’s Best Barbecue Restaurants list, and earning a Critic’s Pick by New York Magazine.In 2011.

Hill Country Barbecue
30 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
(212) 255-4544

Marc Glosserman, owner of Hill Country Barbecue took some time to discuss why he loves the NoMad neighborhood, and why he picked it to start up his first restaurant in NYC.

"All of us are attracted by many of the same things that make NoMad one of New York’s ideal premium neighborhoods. The fact that it is centrally located... and really has a tremendous mix of demographics from a great residential population — lots of families, to a bustling commercial business district during the day and a year-long flow of tourists."