The Pig is located on the rapidly growing 14th Street neighborhood.
They keep it looking minimal, industrial, and rustic. Each table has cloth, bistro-style napkins. The wood paneled walls are adorned with vintage art prints. Very welcoming inside.
The bar is stocked with hand-crafted American bourbons and whiskies. All the drink mixes are handmade.
Farmhouse Smash ($10)
The Farmhouse Smash is a popular drink made with crop organic vodka, strawberry, basil, lemon, and clover honey. They'll be rotating ingredients depending on what's in season.
The Pig Platter ($18 or $36)
The Pig Platter charcuterie boards come in two sizes, Little Pig and Big Pig. The Little Pig comes with 3 cured meats, house pickles, condiments, and grilled breads. The Big Pig comes with 4 cured meats, chef's terrine, house pickles, condiments, cheese, and grilled breads.
Braised Cheek ($9)
A share-sized serving of braised pork cheek with Spanish sofrito and stone grits.
The porchetta is made with roast stuffed pork belly, brains, hazelnuts, greens, and hog gravy. For those wary of eating pork brains, don't worry—it's not particularly noticeable. It's used mostly as a binding agent in the center stuffing.
Wild Boar Ragu ($8)
Housemade pappardelle with pecorino and boar meat. It's a good way to lighten the pork marathon, if you don't want to seem weak by ordering a salad at The Pig.