Since 1975 the County Line Austin Smokehouse and Grill has been serving up the biggest, leanest, most consistently awesome barbeque in the state. But that's just the half of it. Whether it's at the top of the Texas Hill Country or right on Lake Austin, our dramatic settings and fun, roadside cafe atmospheres are as unique and legendary as the food we serve!
You don't think we'd let you get away without some Texas barbecue, did you? Both County Line on the Lake and County Line on the Hill are best bets for successions of smoky barbecued brisket, hefty beef and pork ribs, juicy sausage and chicken, and plenty of fixings. All served amid 1940s roadhouse decor and picturesque outdoor decks and patios.
About the County Line on Lake AustinSet in old lake lodge, the County Line on the Lake is right on Bull Creek just off Lake Austin, and has been well known for years as The place in Austin to take out-of-town guests. Cocktails on the large redwood deck overlooking the water are a must. Open for Lunch & Dinner 7 days a week.
The secret to our success? County Line smokes their meat for about 20 hours daily, resulting in the most mouth-watering tender barbecue you'll ever devour. Below you'll find some of the items on the best Texas BBQ menu period!
A Sample of the Menu at the County Line on the Lake Austin
Country Style (All-You-Can-Eat)
Here's how it works. You get a big platter of meat (beef ribs, brisket, and sausage), and generous bowls of potato salad, cole slaw, and beans.
The Cadillac! (All-You-Can-Eat)
Platters of Chicken, Sausage, Beef Ribs, Brisket, Pork Ribs Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, & Beans. Plus Homemade Bread & Ice Cream!
Blue Plate Specials
Grilled Chicken Kabobs, Grilled Vegetarian Kabobs, County Line Special, Beef Kabobs, New York Strip 12oz, Rib Eye 10oz, Tenderloin 8oz. All served with a large baked potato, cole slaw, and beans.
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