Oklahoma City's County Line barbecue closes

Oklahoma City's County Line barbecue closed on Monday
Oklahoman Published: November 9, 2010

In brief

County Line

closes site

The longtime Oklahoma City eatery County Line Barbeque, 1226 NE 63, has closed following a 29-year run. The barbecue restaurant started in 1981 as the Oklahoma Line, which later evolved into the County Line Barbeque, a franchise of the Austin, Texas-based chain. The restaurant itself dates to the 1930s when it was converted into the legendary Kentucky Club. That restaurant was renown for its fried chicken. Efforts to reach the operators were unsuccessful. The chain previously closed a location in Edmond.

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