Not since The Muppet Show and maybe Babe has the pig been so de rigueur. Joining the porcine ranks of Miami’s culinary coterie is Barley & Swine, whose tagline “Praise the Lard,” had some of us, ahem, snorting with laughter. Opening Saturday, Barley & Swine, located at the Metropolis condo, pays homage to pork with a swine-centric menu including, among other things: Sriracha pig ear chicharon; crispy chimichuri pig tails; pork belly; and a Thursday suckling pig porchetta night ($18). But it’s not entirely piggish. Other dishes include Southern fried oysters; fried bone marrow; beef cheek tacos; and assorted pastas, burgers and sliders. Some will recognize B&S’s chef/owner Jorgie Ramos from his short lived Pinecrest gastropub, The Joint.
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