This splashy, Spanish-inspired concept in Inman Park offers Tempranillo varietals and a great selection of sherries to imbibe while snacking on cured meats and cheeses.
Tapas rule the menu, and kitchen stays relevant by occasionally weaving in new dishes (such as piquillo peppers stuffed with goat cheese) that speak to current trends.
Since the nineties this dimly lit tapas joint has thrived as a twenty-something hangout. Tapas rule the menu, and kitchen stays relevant by occasionally weaving in new dishes that speak to current trends.
If you’re willing to embrace the ideology of busy, feel-good, in-the-vicinity-but-not-really Spanish food, you’ll discover some endearing dishes at the Iberian Pig. The bartenders know how to mix a smooth cocktail, too.