The ribs here are as unfamiliar with the smokehouse as they are with the Seder table. They’ve been baked, sauced, and set on a plate with a pickle. But they’re all kinds of sticky, and you’ll readily commit to the pleasant mess. Longtime Chicagoans have a deep fondness for this dish because they remember coming to Twin Anchors with their parents, who could knock back a drink or two with other grownup bargoers while the kids tore away at the ribs. Everybody wins. $19.50/half slab; $27/full; 1655 N. Sedgwick St., Old Town