Ready for a barbecue road trip. Here are five places in West Virginia that are smokin’!
1.) Rollin’ Smoke in Big Chimney.
Located in Big Chimney—and surprisingly not Kansas City—Rollin’ Smoke knows what southern BBQ is all about. Try the sampler platter and finish up with the mouth-watering peach cobbler.
2.) Dem 2 Bros in Charleston.
There is a reason Dem 2 Bros was named one of the top 50 food trucks in America worth traveling for, but you have to go there to find out.
3.) Big Whiskey in Bluefield.
Boasting that it has the juiciest—pork—butts in town, Big Whiskey is a sure stop on any West Virginia BBQ road trip.
4.) Mountain Que in Hurricane.
Large portions that are able to feed your hunger and not break the piggy bank is what this—Hurricane based—BBQ joint is all about.
5.) Hickory House in Jane Lew.
Home of the famous house special The Pipeliner, Hickory House serves up scratch-made and drool-worthy food, but don’t take our word for it. Give it a try yourself!