Montclair Pig & Prince Open For The Hurricane Hungry (Updated)

BY  |  Wednesday, Oct 31, 2012 4:23pm  |  COMMENTS (10)

Updated: Starting 4PM (11/1) Pig & Prince will have a portable device charging station available.

One of our favorite new restaurants writes…

Pig & Prince is open for business today. We want to let people know the food is fresh and the drinks will be flowing – including Hurricane drink specials and more.

Plus there is parking. We might see you there.

10 Comments

  1. POSTED BY caterwaiting  |  October 31, 2012 @ 5:25 pm

    Most of the restaurants in the Central Business District are open (as are the liquor stores)!

    Greg S.

  2. POSTED BY spork  |  November 02, 2012 @ 7:43 pm

    is this an advertisement?

  3. POSTED BY zephyrus  |  November 03, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

    my favorite places rarely advertise – red eye, raymonds

  4. POSTED BY townie  |  November 05, 2012 @ 8:25 pm

    LUNCH
    Ray’s (rice and beans) http://www.raysluncheonette.com
    Grove Deli (soups)

    DINNER
    Saveur Creole (everything) http://www.saveurcreolerestaurant.com
    Grill Masters in Bloomfield (Bloomfield Ave, just past the Staples plaza)
    Crocket’s Fish Fry

  5. POSTED BY parkgoist8  |  February 02, 2013 @ 3:19 pm

    Over the recent 2012 holiday season I had the meal of a lifetime while visiting Montclair New Jersey. I’ve travelled and enjoyed restaurants in Paris, London, Bruges, Brussels, Amsterdam, Athens, Crete, Venice, Bologna, Florence, Rome, Toronto, Harare, Cape Town, and here in the states from Seattle to New York, and from California to Florida. Never, however, have I had a restaurant experience or meal that could compare to what I experienced and ate at 1 Lackawanna Plaza in Montclair at the sensational new Pig and Prince restaurant.
    The name? According to Chef and co-owner Michael Carrino, you can take it to mean either the ‘duality of man’ or a place where the ‘casual and elegant can co-exist.’ The huge high-ceilinged space, which includes an expansive dining space and a cosy ‘gastrolounge’ tap room, is a gorgeously renovated railroad terminal. Take a look at the website to see how beautiful the interior of the Pig and Prince is, and know that when it’s filled with diners it’s even more alluring.
    There were seven of us on that post-Christmas evening, four adults and three children, ages nine, eleven and six. The old folks ordered a variety of seasonal cocktails and the kids joined in ordering a sampling of the starters and entrees and deserts.
    We enjoyed such a variety of flavors, beautiful presentation, and attentive service! Yes it was expensive but, as I said, it was a meal of a lifetime, and we look forward to our next visit.
    Montclair should be cheering this new dining destination.

    Park Goist
    Shaker Heights, Ohio

  6. POSTED BY sheepy  |  February 02, 2013 @ 5:36 pm

    Nice ad.

  7. POSTED BY cathar  |  February 02, 2013 @ 9:35 pm

    This does read suspiciously like “sponsored” gush.

  8. POSTED BY deadeye  |  February 02, 2013 @ 10:25 pm

    Nonsense. The sheep’s eyeballs in bulgur wheat at Mamoun’s in Harare are beyond comparison. The solicitous waitstaff, comprised entirely of eunuchs, catered to our every whim….

  9. POSTED BY PAZ  |  February 02, 2013 @ 10:39 pm

    Jaundiced-eyed Jersyans taking the world traveler down….Low blow.

  10. POSTED BY flipside  |  February 03, 2013 @ 10:13 am

    There’s a Taco Bell in Bruges?….good to know

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