The marriage between beautiful food and unique beer.
Simply put, this brewpub features incredible house-made craft brews paired with meticulously created food using only the best ingredients. The big dining room is always buzzing with local residents who know how good everything tastes along with visitors who are in the know. In warmer weather, the “Piggy Patio” is a justifiably popular spot, especially late in the summer when hops growing along the pergola form a shady canopy. The kitchen’s menu is extensive, including everything from poutine to pizza and a wide range of burgers, sandwiches and main entrées. On the beer side, the list is just as diverse. In other words, plan on staying a while — you won’t want to leave any time soon.
The Noble Pig’s patio is built atop what was once an outdoor pool. Look closely and you will see that the bench seating around the outer edge is actually the original pool’s rim. The pool was filled in to make the floor of the patio and then the hop-covered pergola was built on top, but you can still see the blue paint and tiling on the underside of the seating.