The barbecue is authentic Texas, which makes it different from other South Fork barbecue joints. Diners eat on wooden benches or on bar tops, and families and children like the casual style. You order at the counter, and someone will bring you your food. Townline smokes its own meats — brisket, chicken, pork, Texas link, and beef and pork ribs, and it serves two house-made sauces on the side along with baked beans, cole slaw, potato salad, greens, French fries, corn bread, and pickles. The bar caters to those who want to watch sports on TV. Desserts include Southern specialties, like icebox cake, fried cherry pie, and banana pudding. In July and August, Townline will make noon and 2 p.m. delivery runs to Main Beach in East Hampton Village; mimimum order $20 with credit card.