The 10,000-square-foot space occupied by Hill Country Barbecue Market in Brooklyn has been reconfigured as a collection of food stations. A breakfast stall will serve coffee and new Hill Country items like doughnuts and breakfast tacos. Other stalls will sell Texas barbecue, fried chicken and pizza. A new Tex-Mex concept for the company, called Nickie’s, will have burgers and tacos. And on the second floor will be a reincarnation of Hank’s Saloon, a venerable dive bar in Boerum Hill that’s set to close at the end of the year. Hank’s at Hill Country will have snacks and craft beers on tap. The owners of Hank’s are working with Hill Country to achieve the right vibe. All these goings-on will be in the hands of the chef Steven Ferdinand.
Hill Country Food Park 345 Adams Street (Fulton Street), Downtown Brooklyn, October.