Hog and Hominy Opening Butcher Shop and Sundry Store

Hog and Hominy Opening Butcher Shop and Sundry Store
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Hog and Hominy

These are the heavenly Buffalo pork tails at Hog and Hominy. We hope that Hog and Hominy will be serving more of their pork products at the new butcher shop!

Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman created Italian/Southern U.S. fusion heaven when they opened Hog and Hominy, their popular and James Beard award-finalist restaurant in Memphis, Tenn. three years ago. Now the chefs will be opening up a butcher shop and sundry store (like a corner general store) right next door called Porecllino’s this August. The Daily Meal got the exclusive details on this new spot, which will offer a variety of meat cuts locally sourced from regional farms.

Porcellino’s will not just be a butcher shop. The community store will also sell fresh and dried pastas, made daily, as well as a selection of charcuterie. They will also serve sandwiches made with the meat fresh from their butcher shop during lunch hours. Attached to the shop will be a small wine and cocktail store called The Double Bird which will also have small plates.

“Meant to serve as a gathering place for the community, Porcellino's and the Double Bird will bring together Ticer and Hudman's philosophy that a great meal includes a sense of community,” Matt Farmer, a representative from Hog and Hominy told The Daily Meal.

This will be the third location opened by Ticer and Hudman’s Memphis restaurant business, which also includes Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen. 

Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi

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