By Travelzoo Staff
Tom Sietsema of The Washington Post calls Hill Country Barbecue Market the best barbecue place in D.C.
Ninety-three percent of Travelzoo subscribers agree, calling the fare "awesome" and "simply the best." For $39 (reg. $77), dine on a barbecue feast for two with drinks at this "finger-lickin" favorite
that brings a "little bit of Texas" (Zagat) to Penn Quarter.
Why we love it
- WaPo critic Tom Sietsema calls it D.C.'s best barbecue
- Zagat rates it "very good to excellent" (21)
- "A place to visit again and again," says a Travelzoo visitor
- Enjoy live music on Tuesday-Saturday nights
July 18, 2013 - Sept. 15, 2013
Hill Country Barbecue Market
410 Seventh St. NW
Washington, D.C. 20004
- Try what The Washington Post says are "succulent slices" of pork and "fabulously meaty" ribs for a dinner or lunch that includes:
- The Two-Step combo: Share half a pound of lean brisket, two pork spare ribs, two beef ribs, half a chicken and two 16-ounce sides of your choice, such as mac 'n' cheese or collard greens
- Two desserts, such as the signature banana cream pudding or original PB&J cupcake (up to $6 each)
- Two Shiner draft beers, like Bock and Hefeweizen, all brewed in Texas or two glasses of wine or fountain soda
The fine print
Vouchers can be redeemed Thursday, Aug. 1, through Sept. 15, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Valid for lunch Saturday-Wednesday and dinner 7 nights a week. On Fridays and Saturdays, reservations must be made for 6 p.m. or earlier. Not valid on major holidays and holiday weekends. See Terms and Conditions for full details.
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