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Swine: Pork Obsessed Restaurant In The West Village

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If you thought Northeast Kingdom was a bit pork obsessed with their home grown pig feast, you were completely wrong. Meet Swine, the new pork-centric bar and restaurant in the West Village.

The menu is porked up with pig parts — from the pig’s head to its belly.

According to DNAinfo, the menu by chef Phil Conlon, of Cafe Cluny, includes house-made charcuterie and dishes like swine chop with onions agrodolce and crispy pig’s head terrine with sauce gribiche.

The restaurant, located next to Red Farm on Hudson Street, has a pinball machine and also offers two to three tiered towers of cured meats.

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