Wednesday, April 26, 2017

John Mull’s Meats & Road Kill Grill - Las Vegas, NV


Whenever I go to Vegas, I always try my best to meet up with my WoW bro. To reward my effort, he usually takes me eating outside the strip and shows me the world is not just made of warcraft and gambling. This time, we were on a quest seeking THAT legendary BBQ in the hood (because we all know BBQ murlocs and gnomes are not edible)!!





Smoker


This restaurant was definitely unique because it was hidden in the middle of a residential area. I would have never found this place if it wasn't for WoW bro. Apparently it wasn't that hard to find because Guy Fieri featured here on his Diners Drive-ins and Dives show.


The butcher side of the business

Yes, we know who you are

The line wasn't super long but still a wait. They also had merchandise on display to sell if you are a hardcore fan. They even branded their own water bottle.




Slave girl got 3 meat combo and I got beef rib dinner.






We picked brisket, pulled pork, and pork ribs for our 3 meat combo. It came with 2 sides so we picked mac n cheese and baked beans. Oh man, everything was so freaking good. I liked the brisket the most, it was juicy and packed with smoky flavor.



For my beef rib dinner, we picked collard greens and chillies as our sides. That chillies was sooooo tasty I could probably eat 2 more cups by myself! After about 20 minutes wait, my name was called to pick up the beef rib. I got this huge foil tray and I was like, huh what did I just order? Omg, inside was one single beef rib and it was literally the same size as my hand! The meat was tasty and juicy, I actually finished the whole thing even though I was pretty full already.




WoW bro, you did it. This was the best BBQ ever and I don't think I can have any other BBQs anymore. If you are in Vegas, you have to check this place out.

1 comment:

  1. Hope this place turns out good. It’s great that this venue offers services such as catering, lighting, tables and chairs, table linen and parking. I am here to choose LA venue for my event, glad to know that they do not put any restrictions regarding music played.

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