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314 W 11th St (at Greenwich St)
New York, NY 10014
United States
(map) (212) 620-0393
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The Pig still serves one of New York City’s best burgers, a rare patty heaped with intense Roquefort cheese and served with a tower of rosemary- and garlic-kissed shoestring fries
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    Totally fortified by eating these three dishes, and drinking a couple of bottles of beer, we ventured back into the dark night.

    Village Voice
    82
  • "
    Perhaps it's not an every-weekend destination, but we're just happy to find that the Spotted Pig is as good a place to kill a hangover as it is to create one.

    Serious eats
    81
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    Friedman, a Los Angeles native who says he’s enthralled by atmospheric New York taverns, justifies the "pub" part of the equation with a 100-bottle wine list, two cask-conditioned beers, and the compulsory Irish stout—an offering, no doubt, for bands that prefer to drink their dinner

    New York Magazine
    76
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    The Pig still serves one of New York City’s best burgers, a rare patty heaped with intense Roquefort cheese and served with a tower of rosemary- and garlic-kissed shoestring fries

    Time Out
    80
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    If you're intent on going at a normal dinner hour, do a searing personal inventory of the sturdiness of various body parts. Knees O.K.? You may be on your feet a good long while. Lower vertebrae in good shape? You may be seated on one of many tiny stools without backs.

    New York Times
    78