Just stopped for a pint with the wife. A good selection of craft beers on show and good atmosphere. One of the better bars in town.
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We stopped into the squealing pig for lunch during our 24 hour Ptown stay. We sat at the bar and ordered a couple of beers and half dozen oysters. The bartender prepared the oysters in front of us. They were the best we had during...More
Walking around town we decided to stop in here, because of the name of the place, to see what they had to offer. We decided to stay to try the BLT. We had been traveling the New England coat all week and this way by...More
Got into town, check into hotel and walked downtown looking for food. It is off season, a lot of places look a bid dead, but not this place. I would guess it is where to locals eat. A real pub. Real food, not the usual...More
Really great fried clams, sandwiches, and amazing fries. The beer selection is good, the vibe is fun. We ate here twice in one weekend.
and was not disappointed. Sat at the bar and ordered a chicken quesadilla. bartender was very attentive, despite the place being pretty busy. Food was good and craft beer offerings were a surprise. Cape restaurants typically do not seem to care about beer snobs, but...More
My wife and I decided to try the Squealing Pig for lunch just before Patriots kick-off. We had the seafood chowder (different, peppery, and delicious), Hog Burger (spicy and an all-around excellent bacon burger with fried onions and gorgonzola cheese), and the Smoked Salmon Avocado...More
We came for breakfast and immediately felt relaxed and welcome. We were served straight away, no waiting and coffee was up in a minute. I had the American with pork hash and it was tasty tasty! Eggs were perfect and everything was hot and fresh....More
Great breakfast at the Squealing Pig!! Don't let the name scare you away! This place has ambiance, excellent service, and delicious food!! I had the breakfast sandwich.... it was cooked perfectly, bacon was yummy, and the sandwich was on a big roll with breakfast potatoes...More