In the United States, roasting a whole pig has been a tradition for more than 200 hundred years, especially in the southern United States where it is closely linked to barbecue. From Virginia to the Florida Panhandle and west to the Mississippi River's south in Louisiana, the favorite meat in Southern, Cajun, Appalachian and Creole cooking is pork and has been since colonial times.
The Men of St. James the Less have decided that it is time for the Northeast to embrace this historic American tradition and so we are hosting the 1st Annual Men’s Pig Roast on Saturday, August 1, 2015, in Justin Bischof's backyard behind the Church. Please park in the Church parking lot.
This block-party-styled Pig Roast is for the whole family. The fun begins at 4:00 p.m.
Cost is $60 per adult. Children eat free.
Please use the form below to make your reservations.
(A small processing fee will be added to online payments)