Miami New Times
By Laine Doss
Swine Happy Hour With DIY Old Fashioneds
Between work and shopping, you’re probably exhausted (and broke). Yet, your friends still want to get together for a cup of “cheer”. Meet them at Swine Southern Table & Bar for their brand new DIY Old Fashioned happy hour. Tonight from 4 – 7 p.m. (and every Monday – Friday), have an Old Fashioned exactly the way you like it. You’ll be handed a checklist from your friendly barkeep and asked to check off the boxes. Read on.
Miami New Times
By Carina Ost
1. Swine Burger at Swine Southern Table & Bar
Run, pig, run to Swine for this most excellent burger ($17). The double patties come packed with short rib, brisket, and smoked pork and are sandwiched with American cheese, thick slices of bacon, homemade dill pickles, pickled onions, lettuce, tomato, and that special secret Swine sauce. This glorious burger does everything right and is ideal to pig out on. Read on.
NBC 6 In The Mix
November 24, 2014
If you are not up for cooking this Thanksgiving you are in luck. Swine Southern Table and Bar will not only be open on Thanksgiving day, they are also ready to do all the work for you with a ‘Thanksgiving to Go’ menu. Chef Clayton Miller gave Roxanne Vargas the scoop. Watch here.
4. Swine Southern Table & Bar
If you’re in the mood for a decadent Thanksgiving meal then head over and get your turkey fix at Swine. The three course meal starts off with some of the restaurant’s classic dishes like its Burnt Ends and Deviled Eggs, then off to the classic Turkey dinner with all the fixin’s, and for dessert? Bourbon pecan pie, naturally. Read on.
Travel + Leisure
By Carla Torres
You’d expect nothing less from a porcine joint named than a patty that blends short rib, brisket, and smoked pork. The Swine burger is the only burger on the menu and all that’s needed. Bacon joins the pig party, while American cheese, Swine special sauce, and homemade dill pickles kick it up an extra notch. For best results, eat it upside down. Read on.