Slow-cooked is the only way to prepare meat at southwest Las Vegas barbecue joint Billy’s

Summer is the season of pool parties, family time and outside grilling. But when the sun has you feeling spent, you can enjoy great barbecue indoors without the hassle of playing chef.

Billy’s BBQ, 4115 S. Grand Canyon Drive, serves brisket, pork, chicken, sausage and shrimp dishes using award-winning recipes.

Opened in November by local barbecue competition winner Esquire BBQ, the eatery was rebranded as Billy’s BBQ. More changes came when it was sold to Rick Elmore in April.

The meats are dry-rubbed with spices and slow-smoked over hickory and applewood for up to 15 hours. Due to the cook time and freshness of the food, the restaurant may run out of certain items, so it’s best to get there early or call ahead.

The menu highlights sandwiches (served on a fresh artisan bun and topped with coleslaw); mixed meat plates; street tacos (served on a corn tortilla and topped with coleslaw); and racks of ribs. Plates are served with the choice of at least one side, which include barbecue beans, deviled eggs, fried okra and french fries. Most meals range from about $10 to $20.

Desserts feature peach, cherry and chocolate cobbler. All-you-can-eat opportunities are offered daily.

Billy’s BBQ is open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday and is closed Sunday. Visit facebook.com/billysbarbeque or call 702-445-7764.

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