Hill Country NYC
30 West 26th Street (Between 6th and Broadway)
Web Site: http://www.hillcountryny.com
We couldn’t get enough of Hill Country during its pre-opening Texas Wine Dinner (click for previous photos) so we decided to head in Friday night to sample the Q on opening night. We weren’t disappointed.
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Ed Levine, Robin Lee, Alaina Browne from Serious Eats
Looks like Ed is making Serious Eats of them ribs.
The finalized price list. No, its not cheap, but its damn good.
Like its Lockhart, Texas counterparts such as Kreuz, Smitty’s and Black’s, all the food is placed onto butcher paper and weighed. You can order as small a quantity as you like, by the pound.
Kreuz Jalapeno cheese links.
Market BBQ chicken, which is as tender and juicy as can be
Big Lou with a rack.
Slicing up some lean brisket.
Now that’s a knife.
Weighing up our rack of ribs
Piling it on a chicken
Juicy Brisket, mostly cut from the deckle.
Our pile gets higher
A trio of salads — cole slaw, potato salad and cucumber salad.
Like at Katz’s Deli, DO NOT LOSE YOUR TICKET.
Opening up our pile at the table
The nice piece of rib meat at the end of the rack.
Texas Post Oak, used for smoker fuel
Assistant Pitmaster Big Lou Elrose with a Kreuz link he just pulled out of the finishing pit
Opening up the finishing pit
Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes and Pecan Pies
Banana Pudding. Yum.
Executive Chef Elizabeth Karmel and Pitmaster Robbie Richter
Elizabeth with her Peanut Butter and Jelly cupcakes.