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Slater's 50/50 Expands & Renames New Meat Concept

The new exotic meat restaurant headed to Park Boulevard and the East Village gets a racy new name.

Swine Bar, the much-anticipated University Heights restaurant from Scott Slater of Slater's 50/50 that's on track for an October opening, has been given a cheeky new name.

The "eclectic meatery", which will focus on exotic game meats and house made sausages and bacon, is now called S&M: Sausage and Meat; Slater says the name switcheroo better reflects the menu and the restaurant's "personality as a provocative, unapologetic urban concept."

Additionally, S&M will include a market counter stocked with fresh sausages, house made bacon, charcuterie, sauces and other local products. A beer and cocktail bar within the 3,200-square-foot eatery, featuring 12 taps and a specialty cocktail menu, will now go by Swine Bar.

A pared down version of S&M: Sausage and Meat is also heading to the East Village, where it'll be one of the anchors of the new Quartyard project in development on Market Street.
· All Previous Swine Bar Coverage on Eater [~ESD~]

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S&M: Sausage and Meat

4130 Park Blvd San Diego, CA 92103

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