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Hill country

There are six different food stalls at the crowd-friendly reboot, selling barbecue, fried chicken, pizza, mex-tex, salads, breakfast tacos, and ice cream.
Check out our picks for everyone from the Thanksgiving-dinner purist to the tofurkey lover.
Expect very similar menus to their Flatiron originals, including smoked brisket, crispy fried chicken and freshly baked pies.
Though everyone can still enjoy the classic sandwich, here are some more age-appropriate twists around town.
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New Yorkers are quite fond of Hill Country BBQ, but how does it stand up when a Texan BBQ snob stops by?
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