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Friday, February 23, 2018

New barbecue joint This Little Piggy opens in Plant Street Market

Posted By on Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 2:52 PM

click image PHOTO VIA PLANT STREET MARKET/INSTAGRAM
  • Photo via Plant Street Market/Instagram
This Little Piggy went to market, indeed.

A new barbecue spot, This Little Piggy, opened recently in the Plant Street Market in historic downtown Winter Garden.



The restaurant held a grand opening event on Feb. 10, where chef-owner Matthew Sheeter debuted his made-from-scratch fare. With a passion for Southern cuisine and barbecue, this Ohio native had no second thoughts when he heard a spot opened up in the market, he told the Orange Observer.

The new joint is serving up all the classics like pulled pork sandwiches plated up two different ways, Texas-style (meat with barbecue sauce) and Carolina-style (meat with mustard barbecue sauce, pickles and coleslaw). Also available: baby back ribs by the quarter rack and slow-smoked brisket.

Sides include regular staples like fries, baked beans, cheesy grits, coleslaw, collard greens and potato salad.

Stay up to date on menu items and events by following their Facebook and Instagram pages.

Open seven days a week, This Little Piggy is located at 426 W. Plant St. in Winter Garden.

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