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Hill Country Barbecue in Downtown Brooklyn

Bartoonist goes bigger than Texas

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Hill Country Barbecue [345 Adams St. at Willoughby Street in Downtown, (718) 885–4608,]. Open Sun, Mon, 11:30 am–11 pm; Tue–Thu, 11:30 am–midnight; Fri, Sat, 11:30 am–1 am.

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Brooklyn Gersh from The WT says:
Roundy has done it again! Even the process red and blue are Texas colors. Well done!
Jan. 31, 10:28 am
I'm not from Dallas says:
The brisket wasn't bad, but the ribs were grossly under-cooked. I was ready to attribute that to the restaurant being new, but then I read online that this problem is frequent at the chain.
Jan. 31, 10:50 am
John Wasserman from Prospect Heights says:
Hi I'm not (if that is indeed your real name).
John Wasserman. If you don't mind my saying so: I know what your doing. It's people like you that give the computer a bad name. Perhaps a paper route will set you straight. Maybe offer to shovel some driveways for the elderly. But I think we'd all appreciate it if you didn't drag businesses down on the air like this.
Thanks for reading.
Feb. 3, 1:29 pm

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