My wife and I wanted to try BBQ while in Texas. We had researched 2 BBQ restaurants, but after a late day at a water park, they were both closed, so we walked from our hotel to the County Line. We were seated immediately. Our waitress was friendly and helpful. The atmosphere is very casual- writing is allowed on the booths and brick walls. We both ordered the sampler platter which included turkey, sausage, beef ribs, pork ribs, and beef brisket. I ordered a side salad and garlic mashed potatoes, my wife had a salad and Texas caviar (black eyed peas). For an extra cost you can order homemade bread, which I highly recommend. You can choose white or wheat. Our waitress suggested white and we went with that. It was fantastic! The salads were very large. The mashed potatoes were very tasty. I enjoyed the brisket and the sausage. The turkey was OK. I do not usually eat ribs, so they were just OK for me. My wife really enjoyed the sausage. There was no room for dessert. We both could have had another meal out of what was left. I am no BBQ expert, but I'm sure you could find better quality food elsewhere. However, for a place on the Riverwalk, the food is good, the portions are very large for the price, and a family with children would definitely feel at home here. I was surprised how early they closed the bar though. I saw a previous reviewer complain about small portions, and I wonder what he or she ordered, because that was one thing that didn't seem to be a problem.
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