Fairmount Introduces Its First-Ever Food Crawl, An Afternoon Of Pork-Centric Eats And Drink Specials, Sunday, February 23

The Fairmont neighborhood presents a day of pork-centric menu items at 15 participating restaurants, February 23. (Image courtesy Fairmount CDC)

Challenge your stomach to the ultimate test — eating an entire pig in one day — at the inaugural Fairmount Food Crawl.

No need to fear, guests are not expected to actually eat an entire pig in one sitting. Rather, 15 Fairmount neighborhood restaurants are slated to each serve up a varied piece of the hog to those who stop by on Sunday, February 23.

Think pork belly, pork shoulder, pork back and much more.

Participating restaurants include La Calaca Feliz, Tela’s Market and Kitchen, Fare, Lemon Hill Food and Drink, Jack’s Firehouse and Rybread.

Click here for the complete list of participating restaurants.

Pig-centric menu additions will be available from an affordable $2 to $4, depending on the restaurant.

Looking for some Sunday Funday action? Drink specials will be flowing, too.

The food crawl runs from 3 to 7 p.m. on February 23. There isn’t an entry fee to join the crawl, just pay for food and drinks on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Fairmount Food Crawl
When: Sunday, February 23, 3-7 p.m.
Where: Participating restaurants
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.fairmountcdc.org

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