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Prohibition Pig 

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23 S. Main St., Waterbury 802-244-4120
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PPig_old_paperSmoked meat and libations are the draws at the former home of the Alchemist Pub & Brewery. One of the largest craft beer selections in the Northeast.

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$15 Dinner Menu (Barbecue, Homestyle American)
Appetizer Options
  • Pork Cracklins
    Dusted with the house spice blend
  • Sweet Potato Muffins
    With honey butter
  • Hush Puppies
    With maple-corn butter
  • The Pig's Pickled Veggies
    With a fork, if you must
Entrée Options

Served on a sweet-potato bun with a house pickle.

  • Chopped Pork
    Eastern-North-Carolina-style with slaw on top
  • Pulled Chicken
    With sweet-corn relish
  • Quarter-Pound, Grass-Fed Burger
    With lettuce and pickled onions
  • Veggie Burger
    With black-eyed peas, millet, crimini mushrooms and Laughing Lotus kimchee
Dessert Options
  • Apple Cider Donut Holes
    Served with maple caramel
  • Sweet Potato Bread Pudding
    With maple custard and Vermont blueberries
$25 Dinner Menu
Appetizer Options
  • Pork Cracklins
    Dusted with the house spice blend
  • Sweet Potato Muffins
    With honey butter
  • Hush Puppies
    With maple-corn butter
  • The Pig's Pickled Veggies
    With a fork, if you must
Entrée Options

Served with two sides and hush puppies. Sides include collard greens, coleslaw, potato salad, sweet-corn relish, maple baked beans, blackened green beans, seared Brussels sprouts, hand-cut fries and sweet potato fries.

  • Chopped Pork Barbecue
    Eastern-North-Carolina-style
  • Smoked Chicken
    One-quarter chicken, white or dark
  • Sliced Beef Brisket
    Twelve-hour wet-smoked
  • Smoked Tempeh
    With sweet-potato barbecue sauce and roasted veggies
Dessert Options
  • Apple Cider Donut Holes
    Served with maple caramel
  • Sweet Potato Bread Pudding
    With maple custard and Vermont blueberries
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