Caffe Boa to host locavore Berkshire pig feast

New chef Payton Curry is spending no time making his presence felt at Caffe Boa. The downtown Tempe restaurant is hosting a Berkshire pig feast with Lioco wine pairings Nov. 12.

The six-course locavore meal (see menu) will feature a Black Mesa Ranch grass-fed pig and other locally sourced ingredients. Wine pairings will be provided by Matt Licklider, whose California winery was named the 2009 winery of the year by Wine & Spirits magazine.

Cost of the 6:30 p.m. dinner is $79 plus tax and tip. Reservations: (480) 968-9112.

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One Response to Caffe Boa to host locavore Berkshire pig feast

  1. JB says:

    Looks like a great menu, and its good that Payton stayed in town. One thing I would like to point out though is that pigs don’t eat grass, so it can’t really be ‘grass-fed’ pork – there’s no such thing.

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