There’s little reason to venture to the vicinity of State and Rhawn in the Great Northeast unless you’re looking for the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, or one of the best damn pulled porks to be had outside the Lower Red States. You’ll find it at Sweet Lucy’s, a bright, airy dining room in an former warehouse, with exposed beams and ductwork, huge windows, bovine murals, and washbasin lampshades that, together, give Sweet Lucy’s an industrial yet homey feel. While we weren’t overly excited to see menu additions like Elaine Benes’s favorite, the Big Green Salad (we don’t go to barbecue restaurants for foliage), the Texas beef brisket, pulled pork and chicken, and Memphis baby back ribs—all hickory smoked—won high accolades all around. And you could wear a blindfold while choosing side dishes, because they are all so right on. If you can’t decide, go for the smoky-salty Tennessee beans or pork-flecked baked beans.