You can eat an entire smoked pig head at Seattle's Radiator Whiskey

Mar 9 2020, 12:45 pm

With Seattle being the second healthiest city in America and more and more people going vegan, we wanted to share with you the controversial meat lovers’ haven that is Radiator Whiskey.

The popular Pike Place spot is one for those aged 21 and over, serving up stellar cocktails and some of Seattle’s best meat dishes. Our favorites include the roasted bone marrow, sticky smoked pork belly, double bacon cheeseburgers, and of course, a mean smoked pig head.

The $70 dish features a crispy fried ear, braised tongue, roasted loin, dipping sauces, pickled veggies, and bread, all served on a wooden chopping block.

The head feeds two to three people and must be ordered in advance.

 

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If you’re looking to feed a party, opt for the Beast Feast, a $500 meal suited for those really trying to pig out.

The feast dines up to 16 people and includes a whole smoked pig head, whole smoked pig shoulder, and a whole porchetta roast along with seasonal sides and salad.

We’re told that those who eat the eyeball earn themselves a free shot of whiskey and unlimited bragging rights.

 

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If you’re looking to order the lone half head or full Beast Feast, you can do so by calling the restaurant three weeks in advance at 206-467-4268.

Radiator Whiskey

Location: 94 Pike Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-467-4268
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