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About The Iberian Pig
The Iberian Pig offers a new concept to diners looking for something out of the ordinary. Combining the tastes of Spain, with a fresh, eclectic, American social atmosphere. The focus of the menu is on traditional cured meats and Spanish cheeses, tapas, salads, cocas (flatbreads), and main plates. There is also a major emphasis on the beverage side with a phenomenal wine list comprised of selections from Spain, Chile, and Argentina. And last but not least, the bar at The Iberian Pig is aimed to bring back the lost art of building classic cocktails, and celebrating the unsung bartender as an artisan of sorts. Ranging from faithful classics to signature cocktails of culinary inspirations, each drink is crafted skillfully, and with great passion.
We look forward to serving you.
Decatur, GA 30030
Spanish, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Sunday 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking is located in and around the Decatur Square. There is also parking available at the Corner of Church Street and E. Trinity for $3.00.
At the corner of E. Trinity and Commerce there is a large parking garage that has free parking after 6pm. There are spots located on N. McDonough St. at the intersection of E. Trinity St. next to City Hall.
We are located directly in the Decatur Square. There is a Decatur MARTA stop located in front of the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Full Bar, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The Iberian Pig offers a variety of special events including, but not limited to the following:
- Private Corporate Events
- Classic Cocktail receptions
- Chef's tasting menus
- Wine Tasting events
- Whiskey Tasting events
Please inquire about our private areas.
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The Iberian Pig Ratings and Reviews
I want to start and say I am a server at a fine dining establishment. I go out to eat often and rarely have issues with service when dining out at a nice place. I have never felt compelled to leave a bad review but the service was terrible. I am not high maintenance. I made a reso at 6:45 and we were sat a little after 7. No big but I would have minded less if there was somewhere to stand and the bar was full. It took awhile to be greeted but it wasnt a huge deal. He greets us and we inform him we are new.. and it seemed he didn't know what to say to that. Anyway, I order a margarita with no salt and a charcuterie board. He comes back roughly 15 minutes later and we added 2 other cocktails to our order. The 2 cocktails came out 10 minutes later and i still do not have mine. I decide to order it again thinking he didn't hear me. When I order it he says, "they are still making it, We make our drinks with fresh squeezed juices".... IF I waited 15 minutes for my drink then I MIGHT fall for that but 30 minutes is a crazy and it had salt on it. Anyway, while this is going on we still do not have our charcuterie board. We ordered our first round of food thinking the charcuterie board should be there any minute. Wrong, we got the first round of tapas before we got our charcuterie board. I understand they assemble them to order but if it was going to take 30+ minutes then we should have been told that when we ordered. The rest of the meal went good. Service was a still slow. We waited a long time for a dessert menu and never got a port menu as requested. The dessert was good. The goat cheese ice cream had a wonderful flavor but had ice crystals throughout it. Overall, the food was delicious. The scallops were delicious but came to the table room temperature. They were so good, I didnt care! Anyway, we still left the server 20%. I dont know if he was double sat or his section was too big or maybe he is new but it was an unfortunate experience especially for my birthday.
The Iberian Pig was fantastic! We were in the Atlanta area for just a weekend and I knew from month in advance when planning our trip that we needed to stop at the Iberian Pig. I had been once before but it was the first time for my partner. The service was excellent as was the food and ambiance. Our favorite plates were the empanadas with braised short rib served with chimichurri and labneh as well as the pork cheek tacos. Also, the arugula salad was incredible fresh. And for dessert, the flan was one of the best flans I've had at restaurant in the US. We highly recommend the Iberian Pig if you are in the Atlanta area.
One of our favorite places to have dinner. The atmosphere is warm and cozy with a lot of energy. It can be loud but not to the point of distraction.
The food is always spot on; delicious well seasoned and served at the perfect temperature. The wine list offers enough selection to provide anyone, other than the most particular, with nice meal pairings.
The staff is great, friendly, helpful and considerate of the meal pace.
We highly recommend the Iberian Pig and strongly suggest reservations be made in advance.
It was our second time eating here and sometimes a place does not measure up to what you remember. Not this time. It was every bit as good, maybe better than I remembered. The staff is very knowledgeable about the menu including the cheeses and the best wines to pair. This is a place to ask for recommendations and then take them. You will not be disappointed.
Second time we have been there in the past couple of months. Both times we had outstanding food and service. First time was a Saturday, thus a little noisy. Second time was weeknight, so much quieter. We have learned to ask for a table in the back to counter the noise level. Pricing for the amount of food is a bit high, but the quality is definitely there. Definitely recommend cured meat and cheeses!
The food was great, and plenty to share with everyone at the table. The service was fantastic, and really made the whole experience a good one. The downside was that the restaurant was very loud inside and made it hard to carry on conversation at times. Overall a great experience.
Iberian Pig never fails to shine! The bacon wrapped dates are to die for and their patatas bravas are, quite literally, my favorite this side of the Iberian peninsula. I love the seasonal, themed cocktails (Salma and the Snake, anyone?) as well as their specialty standbys (El Nino!) The staff is always helpful and friendly. Not sure what you're in the mood for? They are delighted to help you and know the menu intimately. You don't see small children in here, other than the occasional backpack baby. However, due to the characteristic Decatur industrial ceiling, the noise level can get high even in a half full room. Regardless, it's more than worth it!
Been here several times and never disappoints. The food is amazing, small tapas, but enough to share and great choices. The staff is amazing, with amazing knowledge on the menu and how to pair your choices. It's a relaxing pace, and you really get to enjoy the entire meal. Highly recommend and they serve one of my favorite cheese: Monte Enebro. Just amazing.
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening. Our server, Matt, was very attentive without being obtrusive. We asked for a lot of suggestions and he was able to explain menu items and gave great recommendations. All of the food was delicious and presented beautifully. The dining room was busy but we were able to carry on conversation easily. I highly recommend Iberian Pig.
The hostess told my little sister “Happy Birthday!”, then our waiter, then per my request, they played Blink-182 “What’s My Age Again?” while dessert was brought out to my little sister for her 23rd birthday dinner. Superb charcuterie, tapas, delicious cocktails, and service was top notch. Two can indulge on one drink each, pick three charcuterie/cheese, five tapas and one dessert all for around $150. It doesn’t get better than IP!
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