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Cultured Swine pop-up taking over Kinsfolk

A full menu will feature fresh takes on your favorite international Swine dishes, along with new fall-inspired plates and seasonal vegetarian and vegan options.

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The Cultured Swine flies under a lot of folks radar despite having really solid pork and pork related tasty morsels. They started as a food truck, had a spot in Jackson Ward and are in the process of opening a new space over in the Museum District. Until that time they’re back to their mobile roots, catering events, food trucking and now a pop-up at Kinsfolk.

It looks to be a tasty time with options for the meat and veggie eaters both. Shoot an email to [email protected] if you’re interested.

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Come out to Kinsfolk on November 14 for a dinner pop-up by The Cultured Swine! Our full menu will feature fresh takes on your favorite international Swine dishes, along with new fall-inspired plates and seasonal vegetarian and vegan options. And of course, Kinsfolk will be serving up their notoriously delicious cocktails.

Leave that turkey baster in the drawer a while longer and let the Swine and Kinsfolk cook you up an awesome night of food, drink, and good company. Email us at [email protected] to make your reservation.

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