Inspired by his Lafayette, LA roots, executive Chef Tommy Begnaud’s Cajun and Southern influences can be found throughout his menu, which includes several large, sharable portions. You can view the menus below:
Butcher & the Boar promises to have an indoor lounge and bar with an extensive whiskey and bourbon selection, private event spaces, an outdoor Cuban cigar lounge, and a dog-friendly patio.
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After their initial opening, the restaurant will host their first family-style New Orleans Brunch on September 8th. Guests can enjoy Creole favorites such as Biscuits and Gravy, Shrimp and Grits, and Beignets. The restaurant says diners should keep an eye out for one of three dimes hiding amongst the 1,000’s of Lincoln’s that decorate the lounge floors to win a complimentary shot.
The original Butcher & Boar in Minneapolis has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Steakhouses in America (OpenTable) and one the the Best Bourbon Bars in America (GoBourbon.com). You can learn more about the restaurant on their website.
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