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Restaurants, American creative West Village
3 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
 (Brent Herrig)
Brent HerrigBrent Herrig © 2012
 (Brent Herrig)
Brent HerrigBrent Herrig © 2012

Time Out says

Meat-heads can tuck into protein-stacked plates at this bi-level gastropub, from a vet of Joseph Leonard. The porcine-packed menu includes dishes such as pork rillettes with apricot mostarda, and "swine chops" served alongside onions agrodolce and crispy fingerlings, plus charcuterie towers piled high with house-cured meats like tongue pastrami. Round out your meal with other offerings, including sockeye salmon crudo and ricotta-stuffed zucchini blossoms. Drinkers can head upstairs to the bar—which is outfitted with a vintage pinball machine and old rock & roll photos—for craft beers, small-production wines and cocktails (Pig in the City: bacon-infused rye, vermouth, bitters).



Address: 531 Hudson St
New York
Cross street: between Charles and W 10th Sts
Transport: Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Price: Average main course: $23. AmEx, MC, V
Opening hours: Mon–Sat 3pm–3am, Sun 3pm–midnight
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3 out of 5 stars

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Meat-heavy menu with bottomless brunch - wasn't too pretentious or too annoying and definitely good for groups. Service was okay, I remember being very focused on making sure we got our money's worth from the bottomless.