14 of Las Vegas’ Best Barbecue Restaurants

It’s not difficult to locate barbecue in Vegas, whether it’s Korean barbecue, Hawaiian barbecue, or the smoky meats that reign supreme in the United States.

This list includes items that are authentically American, such as smoked brisket (the king of Texas barbecue), Carolina pulled pork, and Memphis-style ribs. All of the restaurants on our list provide filling sides like fried okra, mac & cheese, and huge, buttery biscuits.

Please keep in mind that the restaurants on this map are organised geographically.

Road Kill Grill and John Mull’s Meats

John Mull’s is a throwback to a simpler time in Las Vegas, a reminder that things weren’t always so bright. Meat enthusiasts joyfully queue for ribs, tri-tip, burned ends, and sides like collards, mac & cheese, and macaroni salad at this immensely famous smoked meat establishment. Seating is available on a covered terrace.

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SNS Diner, which was originally situated in a truck stop, currently occupies 4,400 square feet (with an outside terrace and drive-thru window) at 3229 Losee Road, near Cheyenne Avenue. Menu items like as omelettes and biscuits with gravy are served alongside dishes of barbecue heaped high with smoked brisket, St. Louis ribs, and pulled pork sandwiches.

Boss’s offers plates of barbeque and more.

Boss’s offers great BBQ in a casual environment. Boss’s/Facebook

Rick’s Rollin Smoke Barbecue and Tavern

Pawn Stars’ Rick Harrison collaborated with Rollin’ Smoke to create this Southern BBQ heaven next to Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Brisket, pulled pork, chicken, spare ribs, and hot links are on the menu. There’s a full bar, and residents receive happy hour promotions and 20% off food every day of the week.

In a bowl, a rib stack with baked beans.

Rick’s Rollin Smoke provides ribs, beans, and other dishes. Facebook/Rollin Rick’s Smoke

BBQ Soulbelly

Bruce Kalman, a New Jersey native who featured on Season 15 of Top Chef, celebrates central Texas barbecue at his 18b smokehouse with smoked brisket, chicharrones, and enough of Shiner Bock to drink it down. Try the “Belly of Soul” sandwich, which is topped with brisket, pickled onions, crispy onions, cheese sauce, a fried egg, and spicy barbecue sauce. Live music creates a lively environment.

Soulbelly BBQ serves meats and sides.

Two white platters, one with foie gras French toast and the other with pigs in a blanket.

BBQ by Rollin Smoke

This small mini-chain serves hickory-smoked meats with Southern classics like fried okra, hush puppies, and filthy rice. Pulled pork with Carolina vinegar sauce, St. Louis-style ribs, smoked meatloaf, and fried catfish po’boys are among the dishes on the well-rounded menu.

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