Walking into Blind Pig feels somewhat like stepping into a 1920s American speakeasy, albeit with an alternative rock soundtrack and a television. The Prohibition era theme offers a laidback atmosphere where tables are made from old liquor crates and the walls are lined with beer bottles. The drink menu focuses mainly on craft beers from small producers around Europe and the States, while the food menu is burger-centric, with a wide range of patties, including vegetarian options. Dishes are named after Prohibition-era gangsters. The Al Capone is a satisfying bet, a grilled beef patty topped with fried onion rings, bacon and pickles and best served medium rare.
In addition to their standard offerings, Blind Pig has an aperitivo every Monday night; €5 gets you a beer and a mixed vegetarian plate.