St Marks Place
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Bourgeois Pig information
The bordello-esque Bourgeois Pig is a far cry from the trashy chic bars found in these parts. Amid a setting of royal-hued wallpaper, gilded mirrors and a glowing chandelier, you can sink into a velvety armchair, drink wine and nibble on tartines, cheese plates or fondue, and contemplate the nature of your bourgeois pig existence. On Mondays and Tuesdays, bottles of wine are half price.