if I was rating this place as a restaurant, I’d rate it a lot higher, but since this is a beer site and I’m rating it as an establishment to get beer, I’m kind of surprised by the ratings. They have a tiny little selection of decent beers. This is certainly not one of the best places to find good beer in Orlando.
Visited here for lunch in mid-November while traveling for work. Situated in an old restored building, has an old-time big-city bar look and feel to it. Have about eight on tap, rotates it appears, with a majority being Florida brewed. A few bottles and cans as well. Excellent service. there when you need them, not overbearing. Small, but high quality menu, a bit pricey, but not ridiculous. I had the Pub Burger and it was delicious. Definitely worth going out of your way for.
One those places that probably wouldn’t be on RB but for the food, as its not really a beer spot. They have 6 beers on tap and 6 bottles. 2 drafts were Cask and Larder beers with a Funky Buddha, the other were staple Belgians. The food was good, not great. I expected more pork on the menu. The prices were way to high. The charcuterie plate was tastey but was basically bites like I was at 3 start Michelin. Solid spot but not a must visit by any stretch.
Haven’t been for a while but every time I have the food has been outstanding, also the beer choices have been good for a restaurant. It’s always packed whenever I’ve been there, and always enjoyable, if you like pork, you’ll enjoy the Pig!!
Definitely a gastropub. Upscale pub fare and bar selection, but not pretentious. Had a really nice lunch here and enjoyed chatting with the staff. Very focused local offerings. A must if you’re in the area.
MlhopeTC (20) Orlando, Florida | October 14, 2012| Updated October 24, 2012
I love The Pig. Great place for an incredible dinner. They only serve craft beer but the selection won’t be very big. But they advocate great beer and I appreciate that. A little pricey but it is a gastropub, so expect some amazing food for your buck. If you take a trip there then definitely make a stop at their brewpub (The Cask and Larder) right down the street!