King Street Blues might be better known for its bar and its music than for its food, but the barbecue is surprising good. The pulled pork ($9.95 a pound) is long shreds with a great meaty taste that isn't drowned out by the mild, sweet sauce in which it is simmered. The ribs ($18.50 a slab) are cooked a bit too long for my taste -- the meat falls off the bone -- and the sauce seems almost fruity, but the baby backs are meaty and savory. The coleslaw is crisp shreds of green cabbage, carrot and just a touch of red cabbage, with a dressing that isn't tart or sweet enough for me. The restaurant doesn't offer potato salad.
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