BATAVIA – The Batavia Chamber of Commerce celebrated the opening of Batavia’s newest restaurant, Oak + Swine, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 15, according to a news release.
Among those in attendance were owner Byron Weber and his family, restaurant managers Diana Aceves and Christa Torresso, other staff members, Batavia Mayor Jeffery Schielke, Batavia Chamber President Margaret Perreault, Chamber Communications and Membership Coordinator Shirley Mott, Batavia MainStreet Executive Director Jamie Saam and her staff, many chamber ambassadors and members, as well as fellow downtown business owners.
The release states that Oak + Swine brings a taste of central Texas barbeque, including smoked beef brisket carved to order and pulled pork. áRibbon Cutting attendees were treated to samples of the restaurant’s beef brisket, chili and mac + cheese. The fast-casual eatery’s menu also includes smoked sausage, pastrami, salmon and turkey as meat choices, street tacos, and a selection of distinctive side dishes. Restaurant patrons place their orders for either dine-in or carryout. Catering is also available.
The restaurant, featuring a modern industrial decor is located at 107 E. Wilson St. and is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. every day. Orders for catering or carryout may be placed over the telephone or in person. For more information, call 630-326-9173 or visit https://www.oakandswine.com/.