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Some sports fans like to rock up to a bar and cheer on their team. Others live for the traditions: tailgating, party-hosting, and dressing head-to-toe in fan apparel. Here are so…
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When I think of a seafood restaurant, I guess I think of the menu carrying crab and lobster. In fact, I almost expect it to be the highlight of the menu. However, we were disappointed that there were more steak, chicken and fish selections than there were crab or lobster. In fact, there was only a lobster bisque. Needless to say, we were a little disappointed. However, if crab and lobster is not your thing, then I woold urge you give this restaurant a chance, for the other reviewers are absolutely right about the fine and attentive service by the staff and well-prepared dishes.
I have been to the Pig a few times. Everytime I have been here, I have had great food, great drinks and excellent service. The staff is always a lot of fun. Last summer, I was tasked with planning a retirement party for a co-worker. Once I saw the accommodations and met Jenn, I knew it was going to be easy from there. I had never planned a party for this many people before and I have to say, Jenn made is so simple. I highly recommend the Pig for a fun night out or throwing a party.
I had the prawn and scallop scampi dish and it was to die for, the prawns were the size of my fist and it was very reasonably priced. The manager Rob came to our table and was very polite and courteous. The ambiance was perfect and I cant say enough about the food and the prices, Happy hour is even better. Everetts little secret, but not for long.