Bar open late Fri.-Sat.
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The Iberian Pig Restaurant Review: The Iberian Pig focuses on the flavors of Spain and the Iberian Peninsula, chiefly served as tapas or small plates. Pork appears in many of the dishes: sweet, tender cheeks braised and served with a poached egg and truffle; specialty cured hams (Bellota); sausages (chorizo); and other cured meats (lomo). One distinctive tapa is the Sapelo Island clams with fennel and garlic slivers, offered in a portion generous enough for two persons; crusty grilled bread is included for dipping into the aromatic broth. We also savored the wild boar meatballs, and the asparagus spears with a poached egg and Meyer lemon hollandaise sauce. Spanish cheeses are a highlight. For dessert, get the churros with their side of hot chocolate, or the crema Catalana. The unadventurous will find one of the best burgers in the city. The wine list focuses on Spanish labels, mostly reds, but there are options from other parts of the Hispanic world. While there is valet parking on the weekends, don't bring the car; the restaurant is steps away from the Decatur MARTA station.