May is National BBQ Month and to celebrate those sticky BBQ fingers and more, we have the highest-rated BBQ spots in El Paso for you to try.

BBQ food is really just part of America's culture at this point. Every region has its own version of BBQ foods and sides you can try out and enjoy. To celebrate the delicious history of BBQ, we have some of the best-rated and highest recommended BBQ joints in El Paso you can try out. Hopefully, you'll find your new favorite BBQ joint in town or another special you can enjoy.

Desert Oak Barbecue- This locally owned spot has meats that have a wonderful oak flavor and plenty of options. The slaw has a nice pineapple juice that complements the pepper and spices on the meats. No matter what you order, you're sure to be blown away.

Rib Hut- Conveniently located near the UTEP, this spot is known for its huge portions and reasonable prices. The building and decor of this spot are basic, but the BQQ is not. Homemade BBQ sauce, onions grilled to perfection, and delicious ribs. The food is definitely worth finding a parking spot.

State Line- Delicious, tender brisket with fall off the bone ribs, State Line always delivers. A warm, friendly atmosphere, and even though this is a BBQ review, you still have to mention the bread. Absolutely delicious and always served fresh and warm.

Rollin' Smoke BBQ- A new spot in the Borderland this is a great location for people coming from El Paso or Las Cruces. This spot has great prices and stays open until they sell out. Rollin Smoke is known for meaty ribs, tender brisket, and juicy sausage. What started out as a food truck has now become a brick-and-mortar restaurant and fans are sure to keep it open for a long time.

Casa del Humo- A new BBQ truck located in Socorro, this is a great place to enjoy an afternoon. You can check out some of the cool art at Casa Ortiz, grab a beer from Three Missions Brewery, then enjoy the delicious BBQ from Casa del Humo.

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