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7. Swine Southern Table & Bar
2415 Ponce de Leon Blvd
Coral Gables, FL 33134
If staying home is the option for this year’s festivities, considering ordering the take-out special from Swine. The special to-go menu, which feeds six to eight hungry appetites, includes 2lbs of smoked brisket, 2lbs of sausage, two racks of smoked ribs, kale salad, mac and cheese, plus spiced chicharrones. Keeping it simple can be tasty and clean-up a breeze.
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If you can’t tell, Swine is all about the almighty hog. There are other proteins available, but the major one across the board is pork. And as you’d expect, you’re going to want to leave your diet at the door. Giant portions abound, and we speak from firsthand experience when we say you’ll probably have leftovers for days. That’s exactly what happened to us as we ordered massive bites like the Black Angus Burnt Ends and Smokehouse Chopped Salad, which were so big that we couldn’t finish them.
When people talk about Swine, the former item always pops up in conversation. We were reminded why on our recent visit: The burnt ends are juicy, tender and large, and the tater tots that accompany them taste great mixed with the sauce and blue cheese fondue. It was our hope to balance this dish with the chopped salad — gotta be a little healthy, right? — but it arrived in a bowl bigger than both our heads with loads of burnt ends and pork belly. Now we know why it costs $22 (and is worth every penny).
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The delectable and innovative dishes at Swine Southern Table and Bar have made this restaurant a favorite for locals, and visiting tourists as well.
Whether you’re stopping in for lunch, brunch, or supper, you’ll get to choose from a tantalizing menu. A couple noteworthy dishes include the Low & Slow Smoked Duroc Ribs, the Brisket Philly Cheesesteak, and the Jalapeno Cheddar Grits.
If you somehow left room for dessert, the Bourbon Pecan Crème Brulee, paired with a refined cognac or port, is a stellar combination to cap off your meal.
These few dishes are merely an introduction to the hearty menu found at Swine Southern Table and Bar. To learn more about this swine southern table and bar, check out their Facebook page!
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The only way to kick off Mother's Day brunch is with a delicious brunch. Swine Southern Table & Bar is a pork-themed, comfort food haven that mimics sister restaurant Yardbird's southern fare. The ultra-creamy jalapeño cheddar Shrimp & Grits broiled in smoked bacon broth are a dynamic duo! Other delectable eats include the Low & Slow Smoked Duroc Ribs that are slow cooked and marinated to perfection and served with homemade pickles and southern slaw. These competition rub ribs are a no-fail and no-fuss dish sure to have you licking your fingers.
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Swine Southern Table & Bar. From 4 p.m. till closing, celebrate Cinco de Derby with $7 tequila mint juleps and bourbon daisies, a best-hat contest, and raffles.2415 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; 786-360-6433;
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If you’ve ever been to the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, you might have heard of Swine but not had the chance to taste its grub — that’s how quickly it sells out. All the more reason to visit the restaurant’s home base in Coral Gables and get your full share of inventive spins on Southern cuisine. Swine, which bills itself as “the house of worship to the porcine pursuits,” offers dishes that employ just about every part of the pig (including the head, in the Charleston Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka sauce). Pork of every persuasion permeates the menu; even the shrimp and grits arrive in a smoked bacon broth. There are also hearty Southern-style snacks like deviled eggs with redneck caviar, fried green tomatoes with smoked onion ranch dressing, and pimento cheese spread with bacon marmalade. And if you really want to embrace what this place is all about, swing by on Saturdays and Sundays for a “foot-stompin’, soul-healin’” brunch and tell them we sent you.
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Low & slow slow smoked duroc ribs and a juicy stick to your ribs burger is what you’ll want to get for Mom at Swine, make sure she brings her appetite.
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During the SBWFF’s annual Burger Bash, the Swine Burger was awarded a big ol’ $5,000 check by none other than the tzar of Flavor Town, Guy Fieri. They took home the coveted people’s choice award, so you know this thing must be good because there were, like, 300 burgers present at the Burger Bash. We’re still recovering, honestly.
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For a very long time I had an unnatural obsession with the Swine Burger. The blend of brisket, short rib and smoked pork, topped with American cheese, Swine special sauce and thick-cut smoked bacon still makes my mouth water.
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It’s not just about the hog at Swine. This Southern-inspired restaurant offers a weekend brunch with a variety of dishes jalapeno cheddar grits, cornbread, and tater tot poutine hash. Upgrade to the $19 bottomless option for unlimited mimosas and bloody marys.
It turns out, if you’re from the Miami area, you’re not far from the very best burgers on any day of the week. Two Miami-area restaurants won three of the major awards, including the coveted People’s Choice award.
Swine Southern Table & Bar, led by Miami born-and-raised executive chef Seth Barrs, won the $5,000 People’s Choice award for the burger they put on their menu in Coral Gables every day, the Swine Burger. The restaurant is owned by John Kunkel’s Miami-based 50 Eggsrestaurant group that also founded Lime, Yardbird and Spring Chicken.