The County Line at Harbor Point overlooks Lake Ray Hubbard – a great location with lots of patio dining! It is the first and only County Line restaurant in North Texas.
Located adjacent to the Bass Pro Shop, water enthusiasts can literally dock their boats at the pier, then walk to the front door of The County Line Harbor Point (plentiful parking for cars and buses is also available).
The first restaurant opened in Austin in 1975 and since has developed a loyal following of barbeque lovers. It’s been reviewed everywhere from USA Today and Bon Appetit to The New York Times.
It’s known for its incredibly lean meat – on a brisket, they only use 25% of the meat – the rest is donated to food banks.
Huge beef ribs, yummy breads and incredible side dishes and desserts are also what make The County Line so popular.
January 5, 2010 @ 6:18 PM
a diner from Dallas, TX
It is home style cooking at it's best. Served quickly and refilled promptly. I drive 30 miles to eat here with visiting out of town family.