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DBGB Brings Epic Whole Hog Feasts to D.C.

Lots of pig and a whole Baked Alaska for $495 per group.

DBGB Kitchen + Bar
DBGB Kitchen + Bar
R. Lopez
Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Whole pig feasts have been a group dinner option for DBGB Kitchen + Bar customers in New York. Now, D.C. diners will get the chance to give them a try.

The restaurant's whole hog feasts feature a suckling pig (from Pennsylvania-based Green Village Farms) stuffed with pork loin, chestnuts, onion, wild mushroom and swiss chard. Diners also get a mix of sides including clafoutis de legumes, grilled kale with sweet potato, Brussels sprouts, fingerling potatoes and more. Those who do the feast options can get unlimited beer and a bottle of Pig's Nose whiskey for an additional fee. And there's a whole Baked Alaska for dessert.

The feast is $495 for up to eight people. Reservations are needed (there are a limited number of pigs per night), as well as 72 hours notice.

DBGB Kitchen and Bar

931 H St NW, Washington, D.C. 20001 (202) 695-7660