Rollin Smoke Barbeque
Rollin Smoke began as an Arkansas family selling roadside barbecue sandwiches in front of a hardware store and quickly grew to three brick-and-mortar locations (including one in partnership with Pawn Stars' Rick Harrison at Pawn Plaza) and service counters inside Allegiant Stadium and T-Mobile Arena. The menu has expanded in dramatic fashion too, offering more depth than most barbecue restaurants in town, so plan a few return visits to get it all in, especially the smoked meatloaf (made with pulled pork and brisket, served on mashed potatoes, and topped with crispy onion strings), the Outlaw (a smoked brisket and beef burger), and the Arkansas-style burnt ends (cubed and seared with a sweet barbecue sauce for a moist, tender bite). The brothers stick with hickory for its strong, smoky flavor to match a robust dry rub. Ribs are smoked all the way through for a touch of bark. The baked beans are made with brisket and pork, making them a hearty meal all by themselves.