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The Spotted Pig

314 W. 11th St. (Greenwich St.) Send to Phone
212-620-0393 | Menu
Pub grub with an Italian accent.

Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.
Open late

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The Spotted Pig, New York, NY

The Spotted Pig Restaurant Review

: Among the first eateries to offer upscale pub grub, The Spotted Pig changed the way New Yorkers think of cuisine from across the pond. Chef April Bloomfield has since moved on from the restaurant, but the gastropub-style menu remains. Gnudi, delicate sheep's ricotta dumplings, send diners swooning. The Roquefort cheese-topped burger tempts with every repeat visit, while smoked haddock chowder; pan-seared duck breast with pancetta, hazelnut butter and citrus glaze; and pork rillette with mustard and pickles further typify comfort dishes with a gourmet flair. Indulge in banoffee pie for dessert. There are six draught and cask beers, including the spirited Brooklyn-brewed Spotted Pig Bitter and the hard-to-find British brew Old Speckled Hen, which keep the convivial bar bustling. There are also classic cocktails and French, Italian and American wines. It all makes the West Village feel decidedly West End.
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