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The County Line on the Lake Restaurant Review: You can’t have too much of a good thing when it comes to Texas barbecue, so it's no wonder the first County Line on the hill was replicated in a beautiful, lakeside location. The Lake branch offers much of the same menu as the Hill, with some additional appetizers like Cajun shrimp and sautéed mushrooms. Offerings from the pit are rightly famous and served with County Line's tangy sauce. Pink-tinged beef brisket is smoked over fine oak and carved thin. Homemade sausage is juicy and piquant, with just the right seasonings. When we want something lighter, we order the smoked turkey breast or the grilled salmon. Traditional family-style sides such as pinto beans, coleslaw, and thick homemade bread are essential for a true Texas barbecue experience. Blueberry cobbler with a scoop of vanilla ice cream is the signature dessert.