Drinking Pig is a front yard barbecue pop-up run by Raheem Sealey, Mark Wint, and Yohanir Sandoval. On weekends, the crew serves barbecue brisket, pork and beef ribs, and chicken along with sides like mac and cheese, cornbread, and collard greens. Quite simply, it’s some of the best barbecue in South Florida - the kind where every bite requires a moment of reflection. You can place an order by DM’ing their Instagram page, and they have a few picnic benches too in case you want to eat there.
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