Pig out on Saturday at the Ravenous Pig's first cookout of 2016

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If you were at loose ends for lunch plans on Saturday, your weekend just got better: With this Feb. 6 event, the Ravenous Pig's monthly pig roasts recommence for the year. 

The RavPig's parking-lot pig roasts are always a good time, and with the weather projected to be a balmy 70 degrees this Saturday, there may be no better time to sample the restaurant's gourmet take on outdoors barbecue lunch. Details below: 



FOR THE LOVE OF SWINE
Beginning in February, the pig roasts will return to The Ravenous Pig. Join the feast on the first Saturday of every month and pig-out with a menu featuring BBQ pork, smoked sausage and fan-favorite Southern sides.
Menu Offerings
BBQ Pork and Smoked Sausage
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And don't forget the...
Braised Black-Eyed Peas and Bacon Collard Greens
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And a little somethin' sweet...
Cornbread and Maple Bacon Cupcakes
(Additional sides sold separately)
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Saturday, February 6 | 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Cost: $17 with $5 beers and housemade punch available 

The Ravenous Pig is located at 1234 N. Orange Ave. in Winter Park. You can click here to make reservations, though walk-ins are welcome. 

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