Barbecue spot in TX Hill country near Austin. Large portions, good barbecue, can be busy at times. Had been there 29 years before, still good.
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Asked the server for his recommendations, and followed them. Had pork bbq ribs and the half rack was still pretty big. They have home made bread too, which was pretty good. The view of the creek is great, as you see turtles and ducks in...More
Warning: portions are big! My husband and I split the 3 meat platter. We chose the pork ribs, marled brisket and chicken. It came with a large portion sides of baked beans, cole slaw, and potato salad. We also ordered a half order of the...More
We have been to County Line a few times and always enjoy it. The food is good and view is great. You can fed the turtles and ducks. The kids menu wasn't the best for a picky eater but that's not the restaurant's fault. We...More
Three couples and a baby got together for an early Saturday dinner to celebrate a family member's birthday. While the service was good, the food was nothing special. Drinks were ordered ahead of the meal and delivered promptly. Most in the group ordered combo platters:...More
July 2017. Sat night and place was full but small wait if you did not opt to sit outside. Server was rushed and we were not in a hurry as out of town company to visit with. Came straight from airport to County Line BBQ...More
Among the five of us we had turkey, chicken, and beef ribs, along with a few baked potatoes. All of these offerings were delicious, and the big order of beef ribs are really good value. The large slices of whole wheat bread were worth the...More