Chuckie ordered the pulled pork special (sandwich, chips, and a drink for $5) and I ordered a burger. I honestly can't remember what it was called, but there was the burger, pesto sauce, ham, and an egg. The pulled pork sandwich comes dry so that you can pick from four different kinds of BBQ Sauces. Chuckie and I fell in love with the type of buns they use for their dishes. We loved it so much that we are now considering either ordering the same one that The Smokehouse uses, or something very similar.
The Smokehouse isn't really the kind of place you should expect to be waited on. But the service you do receive isn't much to rave about. But if you do get to talk to the owner of The Smokehouse you'll come to find, like we did, he's quite personable. As for the place in general, it's small and intimate. Which is pretty cool.
I'm sure a professional chef or critic could point our some nit-picky things here and there, and say that there are other places that you could get better food. But I seriously doubt that you'd be able to get much better in the same price range. I liked the place and the food. For a pulled pork sandwich combo for $5, you can't really do much better. You pay more at Molly's and it's not half as moist. So go ahead and give this place a try.