Hill Country BBQ reopening as food hall in Downtown Brooklyn

November 21, 2018 By Raanan Geberer Brooklyn Daily Eagle
AP file photo by Elizabeth Karmel
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Hill Country, a Texas-style bar and restaurant in Downtown Brooklyn that has been closed for about a year, is reopening as a food hall but will still maintain its Southwestern vibe.

Hill Country Food Park will include vendors such as Austino’s, which offers square pizza Texas-style; Bluebonnets, serving vegetable-based sandwiches and salads; Nickie’s Tex-Mex specialties; Hank’s Saloon, which is being forced to move out of its longtime home on Atlantic Avenue, and more, according to The New York Times.

“I want it to be like a gathering of food trucks,” Marc Glosserman, the native Texan who founded several Hill Country restaurants in New York, told the Times.

Hill Country Food Park is located at 345 Adams St. and will open Monday. 

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