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Si Baby QA colorful food trailer parked on the patio of Zoé Tong, on Barton Springs Road, houses a new barbecue joint. Sí Baby-Q opened in early May, serving barbecue dishes as unconventional as the modern Chinese menu inside its sister (mother?) restaurant. While the name seems like a bilingual play on “Yes, baby,” it’s actually the nickname owner Matthew Hyland uses for his wife, Simone Tong, the restaurant’s chef. They opened Zoé Tong together last year after moving to Austin from New York, where Tong founded Silver Apricot and from where Hyland launched the Emmy Squared pizza empire.The couple spent a year searching for the building that now houses Zoé Tong, and they landed on the former location of Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que. They kept…

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