Also look some vegetarian options including salads and the Unporked Sandwich made with smoked vegetables, as well as sides such as mac and cheese, fried okra and baked beans and a kids menu.
Finethy said the restaurant's design uses repurposed materials and handmade art.
"Our design philosophy is very much in response to the changing tastes of the public demanding a personalized artisan approach to their food and environment," said Finethy, who oversaw the design.
He said Hawg & Ale also hired employees who "had other craft skills in their tool box," Finethy said.
Look for hand-painted tables and mural, with art being changed out frequently.
The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner.
25 Powder Springs St., Marietta.
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