🙂 = Easy to find and parking is easy. They had highchairs and booster seats available. There were lots of items on the children’s menu to choose from (Ham and Cheese, Turkey and Cheese, PB and J, Roast Beef and Cheese, Grilled Cheese sandwiches, BLT, Yogurt and Granola with ½ of any sandwich). Happy Hour 5-7pm.
🙁 = Might not be as comfortable to sit with a lot of little kids. Space is small.
Notes: Monday through Friday, they are open from 10:00Am until 8:00PM. On Saturday and Sundays, they are open from 8:00AM until 9:00PM.
A big pink pig! That’s the first thing I saw as we parked our car for dinner at the Noble Sandwich Company. I was getting excited already! There were so many pigs all over the restaurant, and I thought all of them were super cute. I counted them over and over again as Mom and Dad ordered our food. We got there just in time for Happy Hour (whatever that is…), and after all the food we ate, we were all definitely happy! Mom and Dad split the Swine Burger, which had an all-pork patty with provolone cheese, crispy bacon, romaine lettuce, tomato, red onion and bacon aioli on a fresh-baked challah roll; and I got a kid’s roast beef sandwich all for me! And we all split the rest: Bacon fries and bacon aioli, a “Bacon of the Week” basket, the “Pickle Sampler” that came with pickled beets, plantain chips, and a Charcuterie board.
Dad told me “Charcuterie” is just a fancy way of saying “meat, bread, and spread” plate. Everything was really yummy and served in portions that were just perfect for us. Their fountain drinks are also unusual because they don’t have the “regular” ones like Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper. Instead, they have locally sourced soda that is delicious and makes my nose fizz! Mom and Dad love the Root Beer, but it’s still something I have to get used to. But before I forget, there is also a big patio outside – perfect for me to “stroll around” when I’m finished eating! You should really give Noble Pig a try – it’s oink-alicious!