Good news. The wait is finally over. Flying Pig Tavern is now open in Bordentown.

The new restaurant is where Dublin Square used to be on Route 130. The sign went up a few weeks ago, the building was recently painted, leaving everyone passing by wondering what it would be like, including me. Lol. I can't wait to stop in and try it.

It seems like my kind of place. Casual. Great place to hang out with friends and watch a game. The website describes it like this: "The Flying Pig is where flavorful food are together with a beer and spirits bar in a relaxed atmosphere that invites warm conversation and friendly company with friends and family." Love it.

It's locally owned. Click here for the menu. There are burgers, sandwiches, pizza, beer, and some really tasty looking cocktails. Lol. Oh, and a rack of bacon...yup...who doesn't love bacon. Lol. Lots of snacks to share. I love appetizers. Give me some munchie food and a salad, and I'm good to go. I just texted my friends to set up a Girls Night Out. My hubby would love it there too.

They have temporary hours this week. Monday - Thursday, 4pm - 11pm. Friday and Saturday, 4pm - 1am, and Sunday, 11am - midnight.

I saw a lot of people on Facebook asking if they'd be opening for lunch. They haven't said exactly when, just that lunches are coming soon.

Want to make a reservation? Hit up Open Table.

Flying Pig Tavern is located at 167 Route 130 North, near Town & Country Diner.

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