The Lay of The Land

You can't miss us; we're 11,000 square feet of barbecue and beer at the corner of Freedom Drive and Berryhill Road. Almost 2,000 of that belongs to the smokehouse, where we cook our meat the traditional way: low and slow over hickory coals. The main building was built in 1953 by WH Transit as a maintenance facility for trucks, gifting us with soaring ceilings and 20-foot garage bays that flood the dining room with light. Check the blueprint below to learn more.

The Blueprint

Blueprints

Patio & Beer Garden

Seats for 200, 12 beers on tap, and some Carolina blue sky means you can enjoy your barbecue in the great outdoors. Follow us for updates on when we add live music to the mix.

The Blendery

Under construction; follow us on Instagram for updates.

Amazing Event Space

Under construction; follow us on Instagram for updates.

Retail and Take Away

Call ahead and order your Noble Smoke barbecue, then pick it up at our Take Away counter. Just look for the yellow door and the Take Away parking spots when you arrive. While you’re here, you can also grab some N/S merch.

Main Dining Room

An open kitchen with the chopping block front and center, wrapped by the 23-seat Legends Counter that we built to honor the South’s barbecue legends.

The Smokehouse

Home to 6 custom-built offset smokers designed by Travis Cauble and 2 traditional Carolina masonry pits designed with the help of Lexington Barbecue’s Monk family and brick mason Roger Koontz.

The Bar

Anchored by a 43-foot, custom-built bar made of hickory (the same wood we use to smoke our meats) where you can choose from a seasonal selection of beer, wine, and craft cocktails.

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