Honoring our region’s history here on the county line.
Our region was once an untouched wilderness of flowering grasslands and dotted groves. Bison browsed unbroken prairies rich in water, wild game, fish and fowl. Settlers soon lay claim and realized “that in order to procure the greatest amount of comfort, convenience and prosperity, it is necessary and expedient” that the area be divided into Lake and Cook Counties in 1839. Here they crossed the line to settle new frontiers. Here they made their own luck.
We bring that spirit of abundance to our table with an authentic American tavern experience. Enjoy the satisfaction of comfort food and the freedom of choice through small and large plates and unique offerings shared with family and friends.
We offer a large selection of craft beers, award-winning wine and top shelf spirits in a casual setting of warm, reclaimed wood, craftsman details and modern lines for a rich, welcome escape from the rigors of everyday life. See you at the Countyline!
Our convenient location is ideal for shopping & entertainment. Stop in for a bite, spend the day and take in the sights:
Originally part of McHenry County, the residents gathered and petitioned the state to allow them to separate into a new county in 1839.
Cook County was organized in 1831 and originally included much of what is today DuPage, Lake, McHenry, Will and Cook Counties.
The very first pioneers who arrived in the Buffalo Grove area came from New England around 1834, but the town wasn’t incorporated until 1958.