Best ways to get from Hill Country Barbecue Market to Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge
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|Lyft||Personal ride||$21-24 | 15min|
|XL||Supersized ride||$24-28 | 15min|
|Lux Black||Luxury ride||$36-40 | 15min|
|Lux Black XL||Spacious luxury ride||$50-55 | 15min|
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Hill Country Barbecue Market
Hill Country honors the barbecue and live music capital of Texas and takes its “cue” from the legendary meat-markets-turned- barbecue-joints of Central Texas with their distinctive, dry-rub style.
12:04 AM - 11:30 AM today
- BBQ Joints
- Music Venues
Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge
The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, opened in 1909, is a five span cantilever truss; the only one of the four great East River Bridges that is not a suspension bridge. The bridge was designated as a national landmark on November 23, 1973.