The Pig

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The Pig

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Pork-centric, handcrafted food & drink with respect to the whole animal. We are local, seasonal, and feature vegetables from our farm in La Plata, MD. Our plates are designed for sharing and are inspired by rustic dishes from around the world. We create unique cocktails and offer American craft beers and eco-friendly wines. We strive to challenge and comfort you. Explore & enjoy the experience.


Venue name: The Pig
Address: 1320 14th St. Nw
Price: $30 and under
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Had the pleasure of dining at The Pig for Sunday brunch. We were lucky enough to be seated immediately, so that was a giant plus. I have an affinity for all things pork, so it was a treat to be welcomed by Roald Dahl's "The Pig" poem as soon as you walk in.

I ordered a Rise and Swine gin cocktail, made with fresh grapefruit juice and it was a hard 10. We also started with the Little Pig charcuterie board and it was delicious. The mustard on that board! Holy smokes, what a treat. Definitely a must-have starter. 

Next, we ordered the Face Bacon and it was the best thing we ordered by far. It's a pork jowl that just melts in your mouth, served with maple and mustard. The highlight and a must! 

For my entree, I had the Pulled Pork Benedict and it was just okay. Could have used just some salt and pepper. I wouldn't order that again. 

This is a darling little spot for all pork lovers and a great place for drinks and starters for sure! Our server Ben was attentive and delightful!

This place has pig er'thing. If you're craving charcuterie, definitely go here. There's a lot to choose from to put on your wooden board. I tried headcheese here for the first time! On top of that, the restaurant does a great job of serving pork in a variety of ways. If you're a fan of pork, you'll love it. Vegetarians beware.