The scent of molasses and ribs might be enough to draw you into this Downtown Texan barbecue spot, but it’s the downstairs Boot Bar, where live country music alternates nights with rock-band karaoke, that really brings in the crowds. The bare-brick space is sizeable but cozy, with home-style wooden tables and chairs and tributes to the Lone Star state everywhere you look. Cocktails also have a Southern twang, with ingredients ranging from tequila to jalapeños—but don’t miss the $20 pitchers of Shiner beer, a beloved Texas staple with a malty, delicate flavor.
|Venue name:||Hill Country||Contact:|
410 7th Street, NW
|Cross street:||at D Street|
|Opening hours:||11.30am–2am daily|
|Transport:||Archives or Gallery Place Metro|
Average User Rating
4.5 / 5
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As a large franchise this place delivers and does not skimp on quality products. I'm from a country of meat so BBQ is just up my street (that rhymed, totally unintentional) so I knew I was going to enjoy this place. They have a great selection of ribs, chicken, brisket, sausages, and all types of sides. My go to is the moist brisket with the corn bread + mac and cheese. But don't want to be bias here, all the sides are spot on. The atmosphere is casual, full of laughter and families. In terms of service, you have a waiter but you do have to go up to the counter with a tray and get your food, they ring it up and your waiter does the rest + drinks. If you have any room leftover try one of their desserts - yummy yummy!