John Mull's Meats & Road Kill Grill
Since opening in 1954, this business has been serving more than a few purposes: The butcher shop is where local hunters bring wild game to be chopped up, and there BBQ kitchen offers spices made from scratch as well as mouthwatering St. Louis-style ribs that are marinated overnight, parboiled, and smoked for 45 minutes.
This is one of those dining experiences you have to try at least once in Las Vegas. John Mull's Meats began as a slaughterhouse in 1954 and still processes wild game from licensed hunters today. However, most people come for the Road Kill Grill, an on-site BBQ kitchen known for spices made from scratch, recipes that date back to opening day, and mouthwatering St. Louis-style ribs marinated overnight, parboiled, and smoked for 45 minutes. Don't overlook the hot links, cured for 16 hours and smoked for six. While the food is technically “to go” from the counter, people tend to stick around and eat at the picnic tables on the patio. The lines are notoriously long, especially on Saturdays, so come by on Tuesdays and Thursdays when tri-tip is available.