Built in the 1940s, this restaurant makes you feel like you have stepped back in time when you walk through the doors. Located just a few blocks west ... More
County Line Bar-B-Q
Built in the 1940s, this restaurant makes you feel like you have stepped back in time when you walk through the doors. Located just a few blocks west of the Cowboy Hall of Fame, this is a great place to get a taste of real Oklahoma barbecue. Try the popular Baby Back Platter if you are in the mood for ribs. There are function rooms available with seating from 40-80 people, and if you need a caterer, the great chefs can accommodate parties from 50-2,000 people.
My baseline from which to judge BBQ is a pulled pork sandwich. If that's good, most everything else on a rib joint's menu will be. The County Line in OKC passed my basic test with flying colors. Terrific pulled pork, and plenty of it on the sandwich. Also worth noting is the sauce, served on the side. It has an orange undertaste to it that makes it special. It's located next to the Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in OKC. Check it out. It's as good as BBQ gets.
County Line Barbeque in OKC is THE BEST!!! Wish we had one in Tulsa, OK where we live...but fortunately my father-in-law lives in OKC so we have reason to go down there often enough....plus for OU football games.....love the brisket, the sides (especially the beans which have chunks of pork stewed in) and the homemade bread is to die for. Fun to take guests from out of town who haven't had an Oklahoma barbeque experience before. We either eat there or get meals to take back to Tulsa, whenever we're in OKC and have the time to go by there. It's at an easy to access location from the major highways in OKC. If in the area or just passing through, definitely a must for a hearty meal. Be sure to be hungry and to buy a loaf of the soft grainy bread to take home with your leftovers!
Just moved here -- stumbled across Edmond's County Line BBQ looking for something else. Boy, were we lucky! I'm a veggie kind of girl, but for the other stuff, this is THE place. Lunch is a particularly good value -- on our lucky Tues., we each had choice of 2 meats, 2 sides, drink, and homemade ice cream for $6.99. Our expectations were modest; little did we know.
The ribs and pulled pork were very, very good, but the brisket was stellar -- smoky and tender. Never cared for sweet BBQ sauce before, but this one is spicy 'n' sweet, served on the side -- so nice. All the sides were much better than average, but I especially liked the rough-cut slaw, not so much for the dressing, which was okay, but for the snappy-crisp, fresh, fresh cabbage.
If I could afford to eat French fries (I begged a couple from my lunch partner), I'd come just for these -- hot and crispy on the outside, soft inside. Wow. So while I was packing up half of my lunch to take home for dinner, the ice cream arrived. WOW again. REAL ice cream -- creamy, flavorful, the best I've tasted since the last time I turned the crank on my mother-in-law's ice cream maker (and I'm not telling how long ago that was). Service was perfect, right down to the warm wash cloths after the ribs were demolished.
So why was the place nearly empty? Now we know that County Line BBQ is not exactly an unknown on the metro area, but maybe it's newly arrived at this location. I'd never intentionally go to a strip mall in search of great food, but that's where we found Edmond's County Line -- just down the walk from Hobby Lobby. West on Danforth to about W 6th, on the south side of the road. Go there for lunch -- a very good value -- it was far too quiet when we walked in, and we'd hate to lose them.
Built in the 1940s, this restaurant originally sat right on a county line that separted two different counties. It also originally was a Speakeasy back in the 40's. It makes you feel like you have stepped back in time when you walk through the doors. This is a great place to get a taste of real Oklahoma barbecue. They have County Line Barbecues all over. The only other County Line I've been in was the one in Albuquerque which overlooks the valley and west mesa. THe food at the one in Albbuquerque is not as good as the food in this one. They serve warm breads with a honey butter that is out of this world. Their Baby Back Ribs are excellent as are is Brisket. The chicken is grilled and moist with their distinct barbecue flavor. Try the popular Baby Back Platter if you are in the mood for ribs. There are function rooms available with moderate seating available, and if you need a caterer, their great chefs can accommodate parties from 50-2,000 people.
I was there on a Saturday evening late so the place was not crowded. The service varied betwenn 2 to 3 servers and assistants due to the slowness of the evening. They prepare scrumptious desserts that will tempt the most discerning pallet. I reccomend this location. I've been coming here for 15 years and never had a bad meal yet.
I really liked the seating at County Line. They have a lot of private nooks to dine in which was great for conversations as well as keeping my toddler's distractions to a minimum. The service we received was a bit above average - you could tell our waiter understood the type of service he provided was directly proportional to the size of his tip - in otherwords, he cared. The food was great and was about what you'd expect to pay for good barbecue.
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