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Dine Like a Local in Baton Rouge: 5 Top Red Stick Spots

City Pork Brasserie and Bar tips its hat to south Louisiana’s longtime love affair with the pig through a tempting menu rife with housemade charcuterie and tender-at-the-bone fare. The charcuterie board is a changing line-up of terrines, rillettes, pâtés and small batch smoked and cured meats alongside house-made pickles, breads, and spreads. This sleek and […]

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Ginger Pork Belly-Chefs to Watch

“Pork belly can be found on restaurant menus across the South, but often restaurants don’t do it well. Sometimes, you get overcooked pork belly that’s too hard and crunchy. Other times, the pork belly is served under-cooked, still fatty and chewy, the natural fats un-rendered because of poor technique. This ginger pork belly starts with […]

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City Pork headlines Friday’s season premiere of Food Network’s ‘Burgers, Brew & ‘Cue’

“No Baton Rouge eatery has had a faster rise to fame in recent years than the City Pork family.Since opening their first location, the Deli & Charcuterie, in 2014, owner Stephen Hightower and his team have launched two more locations: the Brasserie & Bar in 2014 and Kitchen & Pie in 2015. With each grand opening, beer […]

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Jess Pryles

“Technically, there are three different City Pork locations, but only one does breakfast, and City Pork Kitchen & Pie is worth seeking out. Chef Eusebio Gongora oversees all the operations of this meat-centric mini-chain. Let me be clear – if this place were in Nashville, Austin, NOLA or Charleston, you’d have heard of it by now, […]

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