The Oinkster is where the eagles of Eagle Rock dare to get stuffed with pork products, but so can you. Built like a restaurant straight out of the 70s, you'll find that the large flat-screen TVs and tremendous selection of local microbrews elevates this slightly out of the way eatery to one worth traveling to. Whether you prefer to chow down on cured pastrami, slow cooked pork or just an old fashioned hamburger you'll be certain to find what you're looking for. Unless of course you're looking for the Fountain of Youth, then I highly suggest you reach out to a guy named Ponce.
Owned and operated by Andre Guerrero, the fine gentleman behind Sherman Oaks' MAX and BOHO in Hollywood, there's also a framed drawing on the wall created by TV chef, Guy Fieri, in case that gives you added incentive to swing by cuz you know you like dude's with bleach blonde hair and flames on their shirts. Now this reviewer won't lie, he was slightly disappointed by their Carolina style BBQ sauce, but their homemade aioli and bitchin' french fries managed to salvage what was an otherwise kickass pulled pork sandwich. As the French say, "Che Yum!"
About those microbrews, who knew that Fullerton and Eagle Rock brewed their own suds? You wouldn't by grabbing groceries at Albertson's or Ralph's. So be certain to make it out to The Oinkster where you'll find "slow cooked fast food" and finally have the chance to pound down some Bootlegger Palomino or sample a Solidarity. You might just like it.