Will's Pub joins forces with Swine and Sons to open Will's new in-house kitchen

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Mills 50 bar and music venue Will's Pub continued its pandemic pivot on Friday, with the long-anticipated opening of a new in-house kitchen.

Operated in partnership with Winter Park's Swine & Sons, the new Will's menu offers up Southern starters like boiled peanuts, pork rinds and pickles. Main courses are of the sandwich-y sort — where Swine & Sons excels. On the board are smoked burgers, pulled pork sandwich, pressed turkey and cuban sandwiches, and, for the non-carnivores, a pressed falafel.



The new kitchen will get a trial-by-fire Friday night, during a limited-capacity engagement with swampy locals the Oak Hill Drifters.

⚡️Starting tomorrow! Open Thursday-Sunday, 4pm-10pm! Come check it out!⚡️

Posted by Will's Pub on Thursday, February 4, 2021

The operating hours of the kitchen going forward are 4-10 p.m Thursday through Sunday — ideal for weekend noshing.

Masks are required on premises except when seated and eating. Will's is currently operating at limited capacity.





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