Slow-cooked pork and bacon-butter sandwiches

From a construction worker, a Native American, a cowboy, a police officer, a soldier, a biker and a certified dive instructor, Chomp N' Swig is a new corner store-sized sandwich-and-beer spot in the Rich that crams in a pair of six-stool Douglas fir communals, a two-seat windowed alcove, and length-of-the-room counter seating all backed by an oddly chipper teal-and-black mural of skulls.

Eats-wise, they’ll plate four fresh bread-hugged sandos including the slow-cooked Moho Pork (w/ cilantro/jalapeno/red onion) and the white cheddar 'n tomato grilled cheese, daily specials like pork tacos, and, soon, a breakfast program that’ll feature Nutella sandwiches made w/ bacon-butter, and made-to-order eggs, which'll only cost you $50,000 if they're cooked up by a 5'11", Ivy League-educated, 20-something female.

If your judgment is feeling far too good, their handmade, red oak-bordered black granite bar’ll be pouring 15 mostly Californian bottles (i.e. Ballast Point Pale, Anderson Valley Amber), and four wallet-friendly drafts: PBR, Blue Moon, Sierra Nevada, or Red Tail, also what Khrushchev called "hookers".

They're already doing a Mon-Thur Happy Hour from 3-7p, and soon enough, they’ll institute a Fri/Sat “Reverse Happy Hour” from 7-11p where they'll do $2 PBRs and dollar-off drafts, which'll definitely be a time when it's fun to stay (at the)...