In a nod to Seattle eating habits, RoRo serves a mean Portobello sandwich and an array of vegan sides, but displaced Southerners flock to this Ballard restaurant for its sweet tea, which is sufficiently sugary for Dixified palates. RoRo isn't overly solemn about smoked meat: For its popular barbecue sundae, the restaurant layers meat, beans, and slaw in a cup and sticks a corn muffin on top. Ribs are tender, though we can't help wishing some BBQ joint in Seattle served them as a rack, not just as individual bones. The slew of sauces set RoRo apart. There are half a dozen sauce options on the table, covering just about every regional style.