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The Pig & The Pint has closed in College Park

College Park restaurant The Pig & The Pint closed its doors over the weekend after more than four years in College Park.

Located at 1583 Virginia Ave. the restaurant was known as a "modern meat and three" and offered Southern staples on its lunch and dinner menus.

Executive chef and co-owner Michael Broom addressed the closure via an emailed statement to the AJC.

"My business partner, Dennis McGuire, and I made the difficult decision to close The Pig & the Pint on Friday. We can't thank all of our neighbors and the Atlanta community as a whole enough for the support and great memories over the last four years. We've had a blast serving you, but decided it's time to move on to the next chapter."

Before opening The Pig & The Pint, Broom worked at restaurants throughout the southeast, including Atlanta's City Grill and Le Giverny Bistro.

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Maguire, previously ran the East Point location of Thumbs Up diner and worked as general manager at Park 75 in the Four Seasons Hotel and Vino! in Buckhead.

 

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