Swine, New York, New York, Craft Beer Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Swine

Address: 531 Hudson Street, New York, New York (NY), 10014

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Phone: (212) 255-7675

Website: www.swinenyc.com

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3.8 based on 6 ratings
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Craft Beer, Pub
Food: Food
05/21/2015 7:30 pm

While the surprisingly upscale, limited menu beckons pork-lovers, it may be the bone marrow–and-brisket burger that's most addictive at this bi-level West Villager; friendly and loud with a pub feel, it's right for hanging with your buds over some beers or even a bacon-infused cocktail.

Food: Food
03/19/2015 8:42 am

A great little bar to hang out. The food is amazing, and the bartenders were super nice. A bit packed, though!

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02/04/2015 10:59 am

Was underwhelmed for the price. I would rate it 3.5 if google would let me put a half star. The food was decent and the service a bit poor (our waitress seemed stoned and distracted). Don't think I would go back here unless the prices drop a third.

Food: Food
12/29/2014 11:56 pm

Mic had the brisket & marrow burger, I had the pork chop. Burger was rich and light at the same time, pork chop was amazingly flavorful. Reduction sauce was divine.

Food: Food
11/02/2014 8:58 pm

A very average place. Firstly, the time we waited from when we ordered to the time we got our food was ridiculous, especially since it was not packed and it was on a Thursday night. We started with the mussels special and the pork belly for appetizers. The mussels were pretty good, pretty much on par with your standard mussel appetizer. It's a pretty big serving but i'm not sure if it's worth $20.
The pork belly was literally microscopic and it was 90% fat. I have nothing against fat, especially on pork belly, but 90% on a piece that was already microscopic was just gross. And it was $14. -_-

The bone marrow and brisket burger was the best part of the meal. Really juicy and flavorful burger. The bone marrow is subtle but gives it that little extra flavor, juiciness, and saltiness. I was put off by the bun when the dish came out cuz it looks like a mcdonalds fish filet bun. But it was actually pretty good haha though it was pricey at $18.

Probably wouldn't return

Food: Food
07/23/2014 4:17 pm

There's something immediately endearing about a restaurant that names itself off of an animal. Enter the restaurant and you might be confused to if you've entered a dive bar or an arcade by mistake; it's an unpretentious environment that belies the quality of plates served. Brunch is the way to go here; the Eggs Benedict is served with pork belly, instead of the traditional ham, which makes for a savory bite. The signature Brisket Burger is also available then, and is a juicy bite between brioche buns that pairs well with the roasted potatoes on the side. Service was friendly and knowledgeable as well, making for a great experience all-around.

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