Pig Out at the Four Seasons Georgetown

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‘Grant now my boon’
courtesy of ‘Loozrboy’

To celebrate Executive Chef David Varley’s big win at this year’s Grand Cochon competition, Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Georgetown is putting on an all-you-can-eat pig roast on Sunday, August 1st from 3pm-6pm. For $25 per person (or $40 if you want to include drinks, and I think you do) you’ll get your share of a 400-pound roast pig. As if we couldn’t easily eat $25 worth of roast pig itself, you’ll also get tons of traditional sides like baked beans, ham and cheddar biscuits, mac and cheese and potato salad. And if you’re daring, you’ll be able to try the chef’s winning dessert from the competition–Porkeos. Trust me, you probably don’t want to know what is in them before you chow down. Bourbon Steak will also be partnering up with local (and personal) favorite Dogfish Head to dish out pork-friendly brews for the evening.

To purchase tickets for the event, call 202-944-2026.

Ashley Messick

Ashley is a born and bred Washingtonian who left for college but came running back to the District as fast as her little legs could carry her. By day she is a Capitol Hill brat, but by night she is a lean, mean, eating machine. It’s her goal in life to steal Anthony Bourdain’s job…by whatever means necessary. Contact her at Ashley (at) welovedc (dot) com or follow her on Twitter.

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