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John Mull's Road Kill Grill

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Joe, Aug 17, 2013.

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  1. Joe

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    For a place called Road Kill Grill I expected more of a joke menu with roadkill animal food names.
     
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    Yes, I like it. Go every time in vegas. It didn't look the same as when I saw it on food network, different from what I was expecting. Gets very crowded at lunch time.
     
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    YES! I had lunch there with a couple of our drivers. Very weird location... out between Cheyenne and Craig, kinda close to Decatur, but on a side-street like. These guys loved it and I enjoyed my meal. Good food, no need to dress up that's for sure. I'd go again, if I was out that way, but wouldn't make a special drive of it.

    I had a pulled pork sandwich and the guys had ribs.
     
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    John Mull's Meats is actually a well-regarded place for barbecue in the Vegas area. Not only is their barbecue excellent, their butcher shop area stocks great meat (and often difficult to find cuts) at a fair price.

    I personally prefer Rollin' Smoke Barbecue, but I would never say no to going to John Mull's.
     
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    I saw that last night too. Where is it exactly? Don't want to have to take a cab when we can walk to Ellis Island from Paris.
     
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    Last time I was there, some guys i talked to while waiting in line had taken a cab from the strip And they said it was about $40 one way. I always rent a car, takes about 20 minutes to get there from center strip area.
     
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    One time when I went, they had the portable serving station setup outside, the rest of the times you went inside. On the left is the food serving area, the right is the butcher counter. It can get crowded where people have to wait outside to get into the inside line. Here is a partial shot of lunch crowd line behind me. They have picnic tables outside to eat. Sometimes there are people outside in line cause there is no room inside.

    The first time you go, you will wonder if you are at the right place, since it is a dirt parking lot and from the road it looks more like a butcher / meat processing place than a place to eat.
     

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