From Our Editors
The sweet smells of slow-cooked ribs and succulent pulled pork lure patrons into the homey dining room of Rib Bizz, where piles of authentic southern sides keep them in a state of culinary rapture. Underemployed teeth can find a new sense of purpose as they sink enthusiastically into the juicy pork shreds of The Porker dinner, which comes stacked on a soft roll with cold and crispy slaw ($11.99). A mouthwatering xylophone of baby-back ribs slow-cooked over charcoal forms a trio with two sides in the rib dinner ($14.49), and the barbecue-chicken dinner offers a choice of tender white or dark meat ($9.99). Southern-style side items include large heaps of collard greens ($4.99), candied yams ($4.49), and creamy mac ?n' cheese ($4.99). Currents of tangy barbecue sauce harvested from the sauce fields of Texas and Oklahoma can be poured liberally over sandwich creations such as the pulled beef ($9.99) or fried pork chop ($8.99), all served with french fries or savory, nonsentient beans.