Tiny cabin 20 between Mich City and Chesterton (where 20 meets 375), no matter what GPS (or Smokey's website) tells you! Also, know that it closes at 7pm, even on weekends.
Absolutely delicious meat and sides. Sauce is red, thin, and just-right-spicy; not that thick, too-sweet stuff. Lots of vinegar in the coleslaw, which went perfectly on my pulled pork sammie with a fresh bakery bun. Homemade beans are sweet with a little kick.
Regular size sandwich was $4, large was $5. Full meal with 2 sides was under $10.
Eat in if you have time; really great service and fun, country/lumberjack decor. Kid Rock ate there and signed the wall, so...whatever that's worth. :)
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