Poll whether Hill Country Food Park has officially taken over the record for business with the shortest life span in NYC?
Considering that Hill Country has only been open since November 2018, one could say that the establishment is still fairly new and hence, not that well known. After setting up shop at 345 Adams St. in Downtown Brooklyn, the indoor food hall was inspired by the bustling food truck scene that Austin is known for.
The food/drink choices inside were relatively limited in comparison to those usually found in a food hall, with a total of six vendors serving coffee, pizza, tacos, sandwiches and Hill Country’s famous BBQ chicken.
The second floor is currently home to Hank’s Saloon, a dive bar that just recently found a new address to call home. Unfortunately, Hill Country’s sudden closing will also affect Hank’s and their last days are set for early June.
When visiting the website, a pop up window with a statement about their decision to close pops up, see below:
Boo, sad times. If you still hadn’t visited the food park or you’re nostalgic for a slice of Austin, their Hill Country BBQ market is still open for business.
featured image: instagram.com/hcfoodpark