The Cannibal Beer & Butcher

The Cannibal Beer & Butcher

New American Restaurant, Butcher, and Bar$$$$
Rose Hill, New York
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  • Kevin T.
    "The lamb tartare and bone marrow might be the best I've ever had."(11 Tips)
    The Corcoran Group
    "The Car Bombs are a must and the pig’s head intrigues us."(12 Tips)
    Jane P.
    "lamb tartare is divine, and bone marrow is classic."(15 Tips)
    Lisa L.
    "Amazing beer selection, make sure you sit outside on the patio."(25 Tips)
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  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAugust 3, 2014
    Part butcher shop, part bar, part beer store—all man cave. The meat-centric fare from chef Preston Clark is top notch, and the brew selection is one of the most unique (if pricey) in the city. Read more
  • Jinoy G.
    Jinoy GeorgeNovember 25, 2014
    Craft brew to drink,beef jerky starter,Peking duck pate/bone marrow second course,lamb feta sausage/Thai sausage third course, cannibal dogs fourth course, Japanese eggplant to cover the veg. WINNING!
  • Cover
    CoverMarch 20, 2014
    450 beers to pair with what The Cannibal does really well: meat. Grab a spot at the butcher counter or head outside in the back when the weather is nice. Pay with Cover and skip waiting for the check!
  • The Corcoran Group
    The beer list is quite intimidating (it as long as some wine lists) but the friendly bartender will help you out. The Car Bombs are a must and the pig’s head intrigues us. Next time.
  • Nicole C.
    Nicole CloutierDecember 1, 2015
    Go with 4-6 friends and order the General Tso's Pig's Head ($80) Wrap succulent morsels of chili flecked porkface in rice pancakes with spicy greens and drink some beer.
  • Paul M. C.
    I found some beef tendon stuck to my iPhone case after I left. And I ate it. Remember to take those marrow bones with you for soups and stocks and stuff. This place is so, so good
  • Tom🐳 L.
    Tom🐳 LimongelloDecember 24, 2014
    The big dishes are for sharing so if you're on your own I'd go for the morcilla sausage and the shaved Brussels sprouts. If you have room do the Radler ice cream, marmalade and life cereal dessert!
  • Eater
    EaterAugust 5, 2014
    Del Posto pastry chef Brooks Headley launched his veggie burger pop-up, Superiority Burger, to raves and long lines earlier this summer. The next pop-up takes place at the Cannibal on August 10. Read more
  • Christopher T.
    Christopher TaiJuly 10, 2012
    This place has everything. Come here for some pork belly grilled cheese, maybe some stumptown coffee and beer. They've got cured meats, tartares of all types & cheese dishes. You can't go wrong here!
  • Jane P.
    Jane PoretskyNovember 19, 2015
    lamb tartare is divine, and bone marrow is classic. Beets with ricotta are tasty but roasted sunchokes are v v ordinary. if you're a beer amateur like me ask for recos-super knowledgable staff
  • Lou C.
    Lou CarulliDecember 8, 2014
    Had the cheese platter and salumi platter to start and the crown jewel of course was the roasted pig head. I opted for the special that day which was a churizo rub roasted pig head. AMAZING
  • Anuj M.
    Anuj MathurDecember 10, 2014
    Grab a seat at the bar and test the bartenders' encyclopedic knowledge of beer. Don't hesitate to pick a beer yourself out of the fridges at the front if you're feeling adventurous / impatient.
    Upvoted May 17
  • Emily V.
    Emily Van MeterJune 30, 2012
    Great atmosphere with a knowledgable staff. Be prepared to pay an extra $3 a beer compared to your other favorite craft bar. The smell of freshly roasted pig head is why you'll be ok paying extra.
  • First We Feast
    First We FeastAugust 3, 2014
    Cannibal is part butcher shop, part bar, part beer store—plus, it has a lovely backyard with bike racks mounted on the wall and picnic tables fit for warm-weather bacchanals. Read more
  • Kevin T.
    Kevin ThompsonOctober 30, 2014
    The Cannibal makes their sausages on-premises. Definitely try the thai sausage and smoked kielbasa. The lamb tartare and bone marrow might be the best I've ever had. Lamb belly is A+.
  • Michael G.
    Michael GalpertMarch 15, 2012
    Great place to drink beers you've never heard of, while nibbling on salty meats & creamy cheeses. Their grilled cheese is 100 % delicious stuffed w crispy pork belly & bacon, plus gruyere & cheddar.
  • Meg F.
    Meg FarmerAugust 18, 2015
    Do it for the bone marrow. Also great chicken liver pate. Super cool, laid back spot. Outdoor garden is great in summer. One of the few spots you can get a full pig roast.
  • AskMen
    AskMenAugust 19, 2011
    The new spot features a butcher and sammy shop with charcuterie (American hams, house-made boudin noir, etc.), 350+ beers and sandwiches filled with things like mutton and pig's head. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterJanuary 7, 2014
    The menu from Momofuku alum Francis Derby includes steaks, tandoori lamb belly, slow-roasted pig head, and all manner of sausages and charcuterie items. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Ashley R.
    Ashley RoseMay 30, 2015
    Group Dining- $55- This is a two-hour event that includes a chef selection of Charcuterie & Small Plates, and a selection of unlimited draft beer, and wines by the glass.
  • Jonathan H.
    Jonathan HuebschDecember 11, 2012
    The radishes with pork butter (yes, pork butter) are divine. And the Marrow is delish. Don't forget to wash it all down with a beer (ask for suggestions) and a Liddabit caramel.
  • Jon C.
    Jon ChristensenOctober 25, 2014
    Food is good but you need to be in the mood for very small meat dishes - the dishes are truly small. A major problem is shitty service!! The waiter was very very rude!!
  • The Wall Street Journal
    Can't miss dishes include the fresh boudin blanc or kielbasa, served simply with mustard. Or have a plate of the wonderfully smoky Edwards ham and an Aecht Schlenkerla Urbock. Read more
  • Eater
    EaterAugust 29, 2014
    Satisfy your cravings for red meat and fancy beer at this casual Gramercy bar and restaurant. The menu includes steaks, tandoori lamb belly, & slow-roasted pig head. Read more
  • Carrie L.
    Carrie LipscombNovember 6, 2012
    I go there to have my beers curated by the most knowledgable staff. And the grilled cheese with pork belly and bacon is like crack I got a few of my friends hooked on it.
  • Lisa L.
    Lisa LJuly 26, 2014
    Amazing beer selection, make sure you sit outside on the patio. The ham plate consisted of 3 different hams and yummy biscuits. I'll be back for sure. Great service too!
  • Brandon R.
    The Cuban sand which and hot dogs are amazing. If you want something spicy the pork sand which is great. Start with the ham plate and sit on their covered patio.
  • Adrienne S.
    Adrienne SmithAugust 29, 2015
    Fantastic, fantastic restaurant. I'm still thinking about tandoori lamb belly served with watermelon, jalapeños and mint. An explosion of fatty, juicy, fresh, spicy flavors.
  • Arjumand B.
    Arjumand BonhommeOctober 17, 2015
    Chili dogs were good, root beer & cornbread sausage also great. Lamb sausage w/ fennel was OK. Lamb tartar and bone marrow were an experiment and just weren't my jam.
  • Emily K.
    Emily KolodnerMarch 17, 2015
    Small portions for the food but they definitely pack a punch. Salumi board was a great start. If you're a beer drinker, try to peruse the coolers before making your choice
  • J L.
    J LAugust 6, 2014
    Outrageous craft beer selection - on tap or bottle. The Cuban sandwich is ridiculous good - ask for the all natural pepper sauce.
  • hui j.
    hui jiaJanuary 25
    Love the atmosphere, and the pig head is awesome! So do the beef tartar and bone marrow! If you are a meet lover, this is definitely the place to go:)
  • Eric S.
    Eric SimpsonMarch 1, 2012
    Draught beer was $10...but I guess it was specialty....food was great. The Salumi Board had 3 different meats to sample. Sausage Mergues was very tasty
  • Oonline
    OonlineFebruary 13, 2012
    Takes for ever to get anything served. Merguez was great. The boudin noir B- by any standard. Atmosphere is nice. Service very sweet but overall a so so experience.
  • Andy R.
    Andy RosenbergMarch 20, 2014
    Amazing takes on some classic and non-classics. Try the Reuben with pig's head and pay with Cover so you can skip waiting for the check.
  • Bitches Who Brunch
    Bitches Who BrunchOctober 16, 2015
    The Bitches Say: When in Murray Hill, take your girlfriends to Penelope and take your guy friends to The Cannibal. For lunch, not brunch. Read more
  • Caitlin D.
    Caitlin DickerboomMarch 18, 2015
    The bone marrow is fantastic! As well as the sour beer they have on tap from Germany. Will be back soon
  • Dane B.
    Dane BMarch 16, 2012
    I prefer a snappier dog, but these chili dogs were perfectly balanced and totally inhale-worthy. I also quite enjoyed my first foray into steak tartare.
  • Tatiana G.
    Tatiana GaborOctober 7, 2015
    YES to the name, to the well curated meat and drink menu, the 90s hip hop soundtrack, the patio, and the bartender. Definitely coming back for the pig head
  • Marjorie W.
    Marjorie WSeptember 5, 2014
    This place is great, neat little bar that looks small at first but has tons of space, even an outside seating area. Try the hot dogs.
  • Maire G.
    Maire GriffinAugust 1, 2014
    Do you like meat? Do you like beer with your meat? Then this is your spot. Wait staff is extremely helpful an will guide you to something delicious.
  • Evan
    EvanJanuary 16, 2013
    Lamb tartare, rabbit sausage, serious cheese/charcuterie plates. The place looks tight, but theres a backyard garden that's heated in the winter.
  • Stan B.
    Stan BashmashnikovApril 13, 2012
    Start with the pork belly snacks. Order a nice, rich stout. Finish off with the bone marrow (it's worth trying if you never have).
  • 7th.List
    7th.ListDecember 15, 2011
    Lunch focuses on meaty sandwiches, and dinner features a slow-roasted half pig's head with fennel, honey and pickled cherry peppers Read more
  • Jamie B.
    Jamie BleierMay 12, 2015
    Food and service was excellent. Brussel sprouts, broccoli rabe, lamb tartare, Thai sausage, bone marrow were all great.
  • Jeremy C.
    Jeremy CostaJanuary 18, 2014
    Great service. Only went for beer, but the food looked good. Beer selection isn't huge, but found some beers off the beaten path
  • MissTanya
    MissTanyaSeptember 10, 2012
    The housemade beef jerky is my fave bar snack ever. Or the pretzel. So good! Back garden is lovely and has a bike rack.
  • Andrew Evan D.
    Andrew Evan DemeySeptember 11, 2014
    The Cannibal is the nickname of Belgian Cycling legend Eddy Merckx. Get some gueuze and you'll be hooked on funky beer.
  • Andrea B.
    Andrea BarrezuetaAugust 17, 2014
    Really amazing meat and beer in Murray Hill. The blood sausage is ridiculous. Homemade jerky is darn amazing too.
  • Valerie
    ValerieNovember 11, 2015
    Pigs head is worth the wait! The servers are excellent with beer suggestions as the beer list is not short!
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