Triangle Restaurant Week: June 8-14, 2015
Choose 1 first course, 1 second course & 1 dessert, all for $20
First CourseDrunken Mussells - steamed in Endless River beer, herbs, spices and garlic with crustini
Fried Green Tomatoes - with pimento cheese and bacon jam
Roasted Beet & Kale Salad - with apple, local goat cheese, savory marcona almonds and maple balsamic vinaigrette
Second CourseBBQ Pork Spare Ribs - with fried okra, creamy slaw and jalapeno cornbread
Chef's Local Vegetable Plate of the Evening
Chef's Local Seafood Plate of the Evening
Blue Plate Nightly Specials*
*Blue Plate Nightly Specials
Tuesday: Spaghetti - with meat sauce, side salad and garlic bread
Wednesday: Fried Chicken - with country ham gravy, mashed potatoes and collards
Thursday: Meatloaf - with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes and green beans
Friday: Trout - with red and green ragout, jalapeno grit cake and creole remoulade
Saturday: Prime Rib - with a loaded baked potato and green beans
DessertChocolate Torte - with Homeland Creamery chocolate ice cream and candied almonds
Key Lime - with whipped cream and fresh berries
What is NOFO?
NOFO @ the Pig is located in Raleigh in the historic Five Points Business District very near Downtown and just north of Glenwood South. Housed in a restored Piggly Wiggly grocery store building, it is a combination cafe, food market, and gift shop.
Featured in Metro, Our State, The Independent, NC Signature, Midtown, Walter, Triangle Downtowner, NC Signature, BOOM, and Southern Living magazines, NOFO has been described as wacky, unique, clever, cheerful, quirky, fun, and delicious. Readers have voted NOFO: Best Brunch, Best Bloody Mary, Best Eggs Benedict, Best Gift Shop, & Best Salads. Southern Living named NOFO "one of the best 50 gift shops in the South".
NOFO's focus is on all things North Carolina and the South. It promotes "Love Living Local" with a wealth of carefully chosen products to eat, drink, wear, read, listen to, use, and enjoy from Tarheel and Southern food artisans, entrepreneurs, designers, farmers, craftsmen, musicians, and artists.