An American-style BBQ joint in the middle of Belfast, Sugar Rays is a blast of Deep South heat in the fog of Ireland. Big smokehouse flavor accompanies everything this restaurant, which smokes its own meats in-house. As befits an American joint, the menu is packed with meat, everything from ribs to burgers, pork, chicken, and sausages, often served piled on top of one another as a juicy protein mountain. This is the kind of place where beer comes in buckets, wine is just red or white, and it's completely acceptable to eat with your fingers. Larger, cleaner, and less tacky than many American restaurants of the same vein, Sugar Rays is better than the real thing.