Barbecue

“We couldn’t make up our minds. We know the breakfast business in Las Vegas is almost a no-lose restaurant, but barbecue is our love and what we do best, so we mixed the two.”

Mountain West Eatery serves up barbecue favorites for breakfast

“We couldn’t make up our minds. We know the breakfast business in Las Vegas is almost a no-lose restaurant, but barbecue is our love and what we do best, so we mixed the two.”

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    The Silverton is serving it up with two racks of ribs and all the sides in the Feed the Family grab-and-go meal deal.

  • The D Hotel BarbecueCirca

    This comes courtesy of Rex Bernales, the chef/partner at soon-to-open restaurant Project BBQ.

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    West-side customers were driving to Henderson to get their brisket fix. Now they don't have to.

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    At his roadside smoker, Byron, aka “B,” cooks up brisket, ribs, hot links and chicken, topped with his own “meat glaze.”

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    Clevelander Michael Symon’s beef brisket is smoked so the fattiest bits melt in your mouth, in strong contrast to the charred skin. Equally noteworthy is ...

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    “When I said I was doing barbecue in Vegas, there were people coming with, ‘Oh, bro, barbecue doesn’t work in Vegas.’ But we believe in ...

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    Fifteen all-new, never-been-tasted beers will be unveiled, including a master blend of various Southern Nevada breweries’ stout creations.

  • Reviews

    The ribs are rich and smoky, and the brisket is just fatty enough, moist and tender with a thin layer of savory bark.

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    What I tasted there was a mild style of barbecue that’s meat-forward and not reliant on sauces.

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    A butcher chop that doubles as a deli is a great idea.

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    Big Mess at Sam's Town is a nicer version of a country roadhouse restaurant, with a soundtrack and menu to match.

  • Reviews

    Combine it with In-N-Out Burger and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips and you have a Strip space that satisfies.