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A Look at B&S Before it Opens This Saturday

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All Photos Courtesy of Cortney Cates

Here's a look around B & S, Dadeland's newest addition. After weeks of family and friends previews and tastings, B & S Gastropub ( a.k.a. Barley & Swine craft food & drink) is officially opening its doors this Saturday, June 22. Behind the new restaurant are father and son team Jorge Ramos and Jorge Ramos Sr. (previously of The Joint Bar & Grill) and friend Alexis Undorfer and they're all about American comfort food, pork, pork and more pork.

They don't use traditional cuts of meat either so expect pig ears, tails, and cheeks to be coming out of that open kitchen; all at an affordable price. In the drink department, over 36 hand selected boutique wines, 29 craft beers on tap, about ten bottled, and mixologist David Ortiz on hand for all your cocktail needs. For now B & S will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 4 p.m. to close (10-ish) with plans to start serving Sunday brunch sometime in the near future.

Check out the menu all the way at the bottom too. Jorge Sr. says once they open it'll still be a work in progress based on how people respond to items. In addition to this menu, they'll also be offering two to three new plates (not on the menu) on Fridays and Saturdays. Think blood sausages, pig feet, tripe and veal heart tartare.

B&S Menu

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