The one thing I had yet to have in Madison was BBQ at a place that it is all they do. It was really hard not to go to a place that serves burgers with a egg on it. As that has all I been eating as of late on Sundays after some crazy long Saturday nights. But really all it is I want is some meaty rich, stick to your ribs food. So what better then actual ribs!.
Smoky Jon's has limited parking and space in the restaurant. On a Sunday night around 6:30 the place was busy but with mostly a lot of people picking up Take-Out. The food came out about 10 minutes after ordering it. I ordered 1/3 Slab and Smoked Chopped Beef Brisket sandwich, which comes with two sides of your choice. I got the skin-on fries and bakes beans. I also got a order of fried sugar biscuits. Which I thought would be the biscuits you get in the plate Biscuits and Gravy. But they actually where the chinese fried donuts you get on buffets. When you take Pillbury biscuit dough from the can and fry it up then dust it with sugar. Going home afterward I looked upped "fried Sugar biscuit" on Yahoo thinking they used the wrong wording, but no I was wrong and Smoky's was right.
I liked how the sandwich came non wet meaning no sauce on it, but rather on side. So you can much as much on as your liking. The bun was fluffy but strong enough to hold the meat and soak up the sauce. The ribs were not fatty, had not too much sauce on it and had crispy edges. Win, Win, Win. Talking about winning. The barbecue sauce has won multiple awards and just won again. It's sweet, smokey and chucks slightly chunky. Also got good potions of the beans and fries.
I surely needed some wet wipes afterwards. I didn't lick my plate clean since I was in public, but did with my fingers. Couldn't waste any that sauce.