The front entrance of Smitty's was closed so we had to enter through the back -- one will notice an enormous stock pile of oak wood to the right when entering the restaurant. The room you enter is where the meat is smoked and sold. As we walked in, Matt and I had to carefully navigate our way to the counter otherwise we could have stepped directly into a lit pile of logs that was being used to smoke the meat. The continuous heat around the logs is so intense that the brick walls above the smokers are in the process of melting. It seriously doesn't get more authentic and legit than that.
To help illustrate the layout of the restaurant, I have enclosed a brief montage from another patrons visit to Smitty's that will also hopefully bring out some serious barbecue cravings for its viewers.