Cannibal

This little Beer & Butcher shop is really more of a neighborhood pub. One that's well-stocked with beers from around the world.  

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The long, narrow, dark bar opens up to a lovely garden with picnic tables and benches.  

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Meat is the name of the game here. For dinner, there's a slow roasted whole pig's head (for two) served Gyro Style for $65.  

For lunch, I got the pig's head sandwich.  There were only a few small pieces of the gelatinous pig's head in the sandwich. I could hardly taste it. The sandwich tasted more like a Cuban Sandwich than anything else.  

 PIG HEAD, VERMONT HAM, GRUYERE, PICKLES

PIG HEAD, VERMONT HAM, GRUYERE, PICKLES

Verdict: I don't really consider this place a dining destination, but it is a nice spot to meet friends for drinks and nibble on some charcuterie , especially on a nice summer's day/eve.  

Cannibal
113 East 29th Street (Between Lexington & 3rd Avenue)
http://www.cannibalnyc.com