Pig and Pie coming in ‘a couple of weeks’

Pig and Pie, the restaurant poised to take over the ex-Discolandia space, made a showing at 24th St. First Fridays last week. Hog and Rocks, now Pig and Pie? What’s next, Swine and Sushi?

During the event, they were selling some tasty-looking bratwurst and pickles. Unfortunately, I was too stuffed with tacos to partake. Sorry, but you try walking down half of 24th without gorging every two blocks.

The restaurant is scheduled to open in a couple of weeks, pending city paperwork approval. The fellow above confirmed that the “DISCOLANDIA” sign will stay to satiate whiny bloggers such as myself, but the hanging sign which currently reads “RECORDS” will be replaced with one that reads “SAUSAGES”. I guess that’s cool, since sausages are actually one of the few things I like as much as records.

You can scope the hand-drawn menu in the pics, or head over to their site for their predictably not-too-vegetarian-friendly full menu.

14 Responses to “Pig and Pie coming in ‘a couple of weeks’”

  1. GG says:

    Ugh, that menu is terrible. Glad to see they probably won’t be stealing any business from Mission Pie.

    • blah says:

      If by “terrible” you mean “delicious,” then yes.

      (Incidentally why compare a pie joint to a sausage restaurant? The relevant competitor is Rosamunde.)

    • Jules says:

      Mission Pie is god awful. They overcook their pies to the point the crust is inedible. Hopefully this place won’t follow the trend of burning their food.

      If I want decent pie I have to either bake it myself or wait till Pie Fridays is around.

  2. Linda says:

    Thanks Pig and Pie for keeping the Discolandia sign. I wanna be in on your first day you open. Thanks for your community support!

  3. Schlomo Rabinowitz says:

    Thank god they have a banh mi on there, lord knows there are not enough of them popping up on every menu in town.

  4. Grizzled Mission says:

    It’s strange to me how so many new Mission restaurants in the past year or two are so explicit, even rigorous, about their meat-centric-ness: Hog & Rocks, Beast & Hare, Pig & Pie, Southpaw BBQ, the coming White Bread BBQ (or whatever it will be called). That’s great that you feature meat – pretty much 99% of restaurants do, it’s the norm – but in this neighborhood, it would seem to make sense to have at least some semblance of vegetarian availability. Of those above, only Southpaw lets two vegetarians put together a meal without repeating dishes. Looking at the Pig & Pie menu, eggplant and fries is the only possibility. At Rosamunde (if, as someone else comments, that’s the relevant comparison), there are three different vegan sausages. Yes, yes, I know, I don’t have to go there, but don’t you want me to? I’ve got cash! Give me a reason to stop in!

  5. Correction8er says:

    albino laser eyes.

    also, they need a copy editor for their menu.

    PICKELED okra? no, it’s pickled. come to think of it, just make that a NO, all together. okra is just flat out slimy nasty, no amount of pickling or frying is going to help!

    also – “dried sausage stick?” sounds like old crusty hobo penis.

    no thanks!

  6. Herr Doktor Professor Deth Vegetable says:

    This looks rad. So glad they’re keeping the DISCOLANDIA sign, too.