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For lovers of pork—and of meat in general—the owners of the Michelin-starred The Spotted Pig offer up a hearty, meat-centric British menu that embraces "nose-to-tail" cuisine methodologies at their new Flatiron District gastro-pub. Along with handmade terrines and sausages, executive chef April Bloomfield offers up braised shin of beef with polenta and black cabbage; stuffed pig's foot (for two); chargrilled lamb burger with cumin mayo and thrice-cooked chips; and smoked pork belly (for two). The Breslin has a “no reservations” policy.