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We rank restaurants into three categories based on the content of reviews and the review scores.

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Hill Country

  • $$
  • American, BBQ
Babies / Kids, Bar Seating, Casual, Delivery, Dinner with the Guys, Groups, Happy Hour, Lunch, Online Reservations, Private Parties, Quick, WiFi
Critics Say run 8.2/10
Users Say run 7.5/10
  • Food: 7/10
  • Ambience: 7/10
  • Service: 5/10
  • arrow Gramercy / Flatiron
  • 30 W 26th St (btwn 6th Ave & Broadway)
  • Manhattan, NY 10010
  • 212-255-4544
  • Sun-Sat: 12pm - 10pm
  • Hill Country - Website
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Chef Floyd Cardoz


2/14/2013
Sit upstairs - the service is better and I think the scene is nicer. They have the best fatty brisket. The pecan pie is one of the best I have eaten.
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The New York Times


7/04/2012
Whenever I eat at this restaurant on West 26th Street, I head for the meat counter and ask for a pound of moist brisket. If a pound strikes you as too much, then you haven’t had Hill Country’s moist brisket...The moist brisket, along with the beef and pork ribs that carry a similarly peppery, crunchy top layer, show Hill Country’s rotisserie barbecue pits at their finest. The restaurant is a state-of-the-art Manhattan homage to the preindustrial craft of Texas barbecue...Hill Country may not be the real thing. But it plays the part better than anybody else in town. » Read Full Review
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New York Magazine


7/15/2007
To our amazement, New York City barbecue keeps getting better, and next to R.U.B., this is one of the best. One star for the brisket alone. » Read Full Review
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The New York Times


7/11/2007
No other barbecue place that has opened in New York in recent years has gotten it so right, right out of the gate.  » Read Full Review
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Restaurant Girl

6/09/2007
Hill Country is anything but sophisticated, but that seems to be exactly the point.  A surreal mix of barbecue fanatics, Texans nostalgic for home and friends of Marc Glosserman, Hill Country's energy is contagious.Besides, Elizabeth Karmel's Southern cooking is alluring enough. Don’t miss the brisket, market chicken, corn pudding and save room for the peanut butter & jelly cupcakes. Trust me. » Read Full Review
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