Bar open late Fri.-Sat.
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The Iberian Pig Restaurant Review: The Iberian Pig has lots of wood everywhere and warm lighting. Noise levels can get somewhat intense when the place is full, a frequent condition, so we suggest going early. The flavors of Spain imbue the dishes, many served as tapas or small plates. Pork appears as sweet, tender cheeks braised and paired with a poached egg and truffle or filling a taco. We like the veal shank-stuffed ravioli. But the jamón de Bellota was an expensive disappointment, tough and dotted with hard material. For the moment, focus on sausages (chorizo) and other cured meats (lomo). Try the wild boar meatballs and the spot-on, classic patatas bravas. Some items make use of blood sausage, morcilla and Spanish cheeses. The unadventurous will find one of the best burgers in the city. For dessert, get the churros with their side of hot chocolate. The wine list features Spanish labels, mostly reds, but there are options from other parts of the Hispanic world. While valet parking is available on the weekends, don't bring the car; the restaurant is steps away from the Decatur MARTA station.