A testament to any restaurant, no matter how big or small, is the ability to transform your senses. And when you’re eating their food to not make any sense. This is how I always feel after I eat at Porchetta. I’m literally sitting there—there’s three stools and in fall, for some reason, there’s usually a seat available and I stay to people watch—and I can’t speak.
It kind of sounds like this: “ArrrghghghgMmmmmmNoommmmmm.” Like, OMG, it’s SO GOOD. I’ve brought a few visitors from out of town and have made them converts. The crackling pig parts crunching in your mouth or the option of that sweet, sweet truffle oil on your prosciutto wrapped porchetta? It’s over. It’s so over. And their daily soup is not to miss. You will be very lucky if you eat their mushroom truffle soup. These guys know how much I love it. Plus, they're tech-savvy! Follow them on Twitter where they post their specials. Just a note: run, don't walk! These guys are going to be featured on Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations."