That’s when we spotted the Round Belly Deli. We were desperate for coffee and stopped in. The place was old school—wood paneling on the walls, menu on chalkboards‚ and bulletproof glass at the counter. The owner, who said his name was Green, gave us our coffee cups wrapped in a paper bag, New York style. We asked what he thought about the indictments. “Finally we got somebody with balls,” he said of Mosby. Upon hearing we worked for City Paper, he smiled. “The sex paper!” As we walked away, we had a change of heart, err, stomach and went back for a barbecue pulled-pork sandwich. He makes everything in house and we needed sustenance. We waited for about 15 minutes while he made our sandwiches. These things were monstrous and cheap—at $3 it’s about the best deal in town. And it’s the best barbecue we’ve had in Maryland: expertly smoked and not overly loaded down with goopy barbecue sauce. We’ll definitely be back to try his sausage, fish, and house-made desserts.