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Best of Broward-Palm Beach 2015: Best Gastropub

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Grab your plutonium, rev that engine to 88 mph, and hang on tight: Best of Broward-Palm Beach 2015 is almost here! Here's a preview of one of the winners, but check out the entire issue when it hits browardpalmbeach.com/bestof tomorrow and newsstands Thursday, June 18.

The Sybarite Pig
20642 State Road 7
Boca Raton 33498
561-883-3200
sybaritepig.com

We love bars. We love great restaurants. Let's combine the two! There hasn't been a no-brainer this obvious since the peanut butter deliveryman crashed his unicycle into the jelly truck. But though it's easy in concept, man, is it hard to execute. When you have to worry about great drinks and great food, the quality of one side is usually going to take a hit. But some gastropubs manage to dodge this all-too-common trap. The Sybarite Pig is one of those. The definition of "sybarite" is "a person devoted to pleasure and luxury." In most cases, this is not a good thing. But at the Pig, it's an attitude responsible for dishes like roasted bone marrow, "Hellswine" sausage, and duck-fat-roasted potato salad. Now, all that stuff alone would be enough to pack the place, but when you toss in a beer menu that looks more like a novella, it creates a perfect storm of gastropub.

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