Excellent service, excellent brisket even though the brisket was not very hot. Good sauce, good potato salad and very hot (temperature) beans.
We hadn't been to the County Line in years: we live on the opposite side of town and it's a trek to get there. We were recently on that side of town and decided to go back and I was really pleased with our experience. One of the dining areas has full-wall windows that provide a great view of Albuquerque.... More
Living in New Mexico, we have many chances to try BBQ, and I have to give The County Line the top spot of those I've tried! We had three choices of meat, all of which were moist and delicious. We had beans, potato salad, and coleslaw for side dishes, which all tasted great. The beans were more of a southwestern,... More
We were intending to go to the Sandia Tramway and eat at their restaurant , but, the wait was 90 minutes. We had driven past the County Line on the way to the tram , and decided to try it. As soon as we parked the car, the smell of the BBQ was in the air, and it was good!... More
The Sandia Range backdrop is impressive but the food, except dessert, was not. Beef brisket swimming in a sauce that may have had a vinegar-tomato base was unpleasant. Beans were just that, thin sauce with no hint of Boston. Mac and cheese had a Velveeta-like sauce that will stick in your throat if you are over 10 years old! Homemade... More
We have eaten at many County Line restaurants and every time we are in Albuquerque we try to make this a stop. I go for the smoked prime rib because while prime rib is on many menus, one does not often find smoked prime rib. The beans that come as a side dish aren't anything to rave about but a... More
Last weekend we used the party room (max capacity 60) for a private party. The service, both from management and the servers was outstanding. Management went out of their way, including the catering manager to accommodate special requests. the party was perfect!
We stopped in for BBQ after visiting the Tramway. Service was excellent. Try the Tito Sipper! The brisket was juicy with a great flavor. Decor is CW. Reasonable prices and good size servings. Will go again when in the area
I had the Filet Mignon in fresh lime. Nice take on a filet to cook it in lime. For older people like us, this is indicative of older Bar-B0Que and steakhouses. A lot of wood inside and relatively dark. You get fresh bread, a fresh salad and such things as blue cheese crumbles as well as hefty portions. I have... More
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