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County Line Smokehouse information
San Antonio isn't known for its barbecues – it's clearly more of a Tex-Mex kind of town – but this outpost of the Austin minichain scratches the itch nicely with heaping dishes of brisket, ribs and sausages.
Portions are already big, but if you're feeling ambitious you can choose the all-you-can-eat Family Style ($29.99 per person) – which is often much more than you can or should eat.