The little family-run barbecue places that you find in almost every town from the Pine Belt to the Pontotoc Ridge are unique. The pitmasters of this state are an unconventional lot, serving amazing barbecue in settings that no other restaurant-style would be comfortable. That’s just what you expect for a perfect barbecue place.
Huff and PuffSmokehouse in Waynesboro is no exception. It may not be readily apparent, but the kitchen is made from an old U-Haul trailer, cleverly attached to the dining room. The drive-thru window is a new homemade addition, thanks to the pandemic that has changed the way many restaurants do business. The dining room is festooned with old tin sheets and wood, but it all comes together to make for a perfectly rustic look.
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September - October 2020