Living in Texas, you can easily bump into a BBQ place without even trying. Trusting a friend who lived in Austin for some years ago, he recommended this location of County Line BBQ and we are glad he did. With a creek that flows behind the restaurant and allows boaters to pull right up, outdoor seating on the rare occasions the temperature allows, as well as excellent food and service--County Line BBQ was a good experience all the way around.
Our party of six saw just about everything the place had to offer. Try their devilish eggs off of the appetizer menu. Deviled eggs are kicked up and layered with flavors from jalapeno bits and bacon. A salsa is served on the side, too. Two of our guys attempted the 5-meat platter. It looked like there was enough meat to feed a third world country. The beef ribs were rated #1 of the five with sausage #2. All meats were two thumbs up.
Two others had the smoked half-chicken--very tender, nice but not overpowering smoke flavor. Sides of potato salad, coleslaw and beans were fresh, not overly loaded with mayo or sauce and really complimented the meal.
Another highlight was the homemade bread served with the meal platters. You can buy a warm loaf to take home, too. A couple of different cobbler selections topped off the eat-fest. The portions for meats, sides and desserts were all plenty big for even some big-time chow hounds. Our meal was also made comfortable by the knowledgeable and pleasant waitress. Nice job, folks.
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