Yes. You read that right. WHOLE HOG Sundays are about to become a real life legit thing, thanks to Bold Street burger joint, Red Dog Saloon. Considering it’s the season to be jolly aka eat all the food and drink all the beers, this couldn’t have come at a better time. An alternative to a traditional roast dinner, the whole hog barbeque will be fired-up on a pit within Red Dog’s terraces all day, every Sunday – featuring chopped pork, sausages and ribs, teamed with a selection of classic sides from potato salad and coleslaw, to macaroni cheese and creamed corn. ER YES PLEASE.
The brand new menu will be launched nationwide on Sunday 9th December, so don your bib, pick up your fork, undo your jeans and DIG IN just as the Americans do.
Austin by way of Brooklyn, served with a side of Nashville for good measure’, Red Dog Saloon was created as an antidote to commonly found dry, unloved and unskilled ‘que.
Serious about good eats and good drinks, Red Dog Saloon highlights Austin’s regional eccentricities and deep-rooted Southern inspirations – with a mission to bring the world’s ‘barbeque capital to the UK’.
Hickory-smoked on Red Dog’s award-winning fire pits, the star of the whole hog show is the Blythburgh Farm pig. The ‘real free-range pork’ from Suffolk was chosen to produce the highest quality barbeque in town. Minimally seasoned to let the meat do the talking, the whole hog is cooked to perfection over hickory wood for over 16 hours – revealing a succulent, coral interior within a crispy, earthy brown top.
The whole hog is split into chopped pork, sausages and ribs teamed with a selection classic sides, from potato salad and coleslaw to macaroni cheese and creamed corn. These mainstays are joined by bread, pickles and a Carolina sauce – a traditional blend of apple cider vinegar, hot sauce, spices and ketchup.
The whole hog barbeque will be fired-up on a pit within Red Dog’s terraces all day every Sunday and will be £17.50 per person, with no minimum number needed to order. It’s gonna be a busy one so to pre-book head to: