BevEgg’s Pork & Grits Next Restaurant Popping Up at EatsPlace

BevEgg-Ecofriendly-EatsPlaceEatsPlace, the food incubator and pop-uppery, announced yesterday that its next chef in resident will be EcoFriendly Presents: BevEgg’s Pork & Grits.  BevEgg’s Pork & Grits will make cured and smoked meats, and a customizable grits bar that can be vegetarian friendly. Dessert will include pastries and Dolcezza gelato. According to EatsPlace, it is lead by Beverley Eggleston and their “mission is to create sustainable networks of enlightened farmers who raise eco-friendly livestock and food crops that nourish people and the land.” They focus on humanely raised, locally grown, and specially bred livestock from a regional network of farmers.

Bev and EcoFriendly Foods have been featured in such well-known publications as TIME Magazine , The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Edible Manhattan, Food and Wine, Bon Appétit, Saveur, and Gourmet Magazine, just to name a few. The company continues to grow in strength and recognition as a leader in sustainable meats and regional food systems.

The pop-up will soft open starting today, Friday (2/6), starting at 5:30 until the food runs out and then regular hours, including brunch, starting on Sunday. BevEgg’s Pork & Grits will be at EatsPlace through brunch on Sunday, February 22.

Below are the hours when you can try BevEgg’s Pork & Grits as well as a copy of their menu.

  • Closed for private events Monday
  • New pop-up TBA Tuesday
  • New pop-up TBA Wednesday
  • BevEgg’s Pork & Grits: 5:30 – 10 pm Thursday
  • BevEgg’s Pork & Grits: 5:30 – 10 pm Friday
  • BevEgg’s Pork & Grits: 11:30 – 2:30 /  5:30 – 10 pm Saturday
  • BevEgg’s Pork & Grits: 11:30 – 2:30 Sunday

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4 Comments on “BevEgg’s Pork & Grits Next Restaurant Popping Up at EatsPlace”

  1. Lisa G Says:

    Really?? A dead baby pig draped over your shoulders…? Could they have chosen a more offensive picture?

  2. Timmy Says:

    Yes, I’m quite certain they could have come up with a more offensive picture.

  3. Bill Says:

    Picture aside, the food is wonderful. I was shocked and happy at how good it was. Went on the first night, and Bev (I figured out) was in the kitchen solo. He brought us our food and seems like a nice guy. It’ll be tough to see this one leave after only a couple weeks.

  4. Sarah Says:

    I don’t ordinarily eat pig parts but this post is making my mouth water. So sad the stay will be short!


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