Remember when you were in grade school and you had a shelf to display all the awards you won playing soccer and baseball? Slabtown Ribs is decorated like that, with nearly every inch of the space adorned with a prize-winning ribbon from a barbecue competition. But unlike you, the restaurant actually deserves all the merits. Slabtown's barbecue, especially the meaty, fall-off-the-bone pork spareribs ($13 for a half-rack and one side), are among the finest in the Northwest. And while it's hard to pass on anything with a bone in it, the giant pulled-pork sandwich ($7.50 with one side) is one of the best lunch deals you'll find in town. Just don't order the rancid-tasting, sewage‑y collard greens, or you'll have a funny taste in your mouth the rest of the afternoon.