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Pete Wells of the New York Times wrote up a great review of Hill Country BBQ Market (30 west 26th street), awarding it a solid 2 stars.

From his review: “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, particularly as it is practiced in the town of Lockhart.” Read the full review at http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/04/dining/reviews/hill-country-barbecue-market-nyc-restaurant-review.html.

Of course at MadParkNews, we love the Pitmaster’s Special at Hill Country, where you get a sample including 1/4 lb Lean Brisket, One Pork Spare Rib, One Beef Rib,  Quarter All Natural Chicken, and any two Sides for ~$25. The PB&J cupcake is pretty great too. See our review at www.madparknews.com/madison-square-park-restaurants/the-pitmasters-special-at-hill-country-bbq.

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