The Iberian Pig
is a modern Spanish restaurant combing the tastes of Spain, with a fresh, eclectic, American social atmosphere. The focus of our menu is on traditional cured meats and Spanish cheese, tapas, salads and cocas (flatbreads). While we spend a great deal of time honoring traditional Spanish flavor combinations we are also inspired by modern techniques and culinary creativity. In addition, we also place a strong emphasis on our beverage program – including a focused wine list comprised of selections from Spain, Chile and Argentina and a cocktail list that consists of faithful classics and our signature combinations.
We have been fortunate to curate a very talented staff at the Iberian Pig and the success of the restaurant is in large part due to their commitment and creativity. It is very much a family here, and we encourage our team to be innovative and to experiment. This means that you can count on a unique experience with us every time – your favorite dishes and drinks will keep you coming back, and there will always be something new for you to try!
Federico Castellucci a graduate of the Hospitality School at Cornell University has been working in the restaurant business his entire life. During his tenure at Cornell, Fred helped create and develop the original Sugo in Roswell. During that time they grew to four locations including three franchises. After graduating from the Hospitality school at Cornell in 2007, Federico took over a failed franchise location that is currently Sugo in Johns Creek. Working tirelessly to turn it around and re-establish the brand, within a year and a half the restaurant had become the most successful restaurant they had ever owned in Georgia. Building on that success, Federico decided to create a new restaurant concept from scratch called The Iberian Pig in downtown Decatur. A modern Spanish restaurant with a strong focus on imported Spanish cured meats, fresh local produce, creative tapas dishes, wines of the region, and classic cocktails, The Iberian Pig has been a hit from its first night in late 2009. In 2010 following the success of the Iberian Pig, Federico has embarked on a large new restaurant project located on Roswell Rd. near I-285. His new restaurant Double Zero Napoletana opened in May 2011 and features the regional cuisine of Campania in Southern Italy and include handmade pasta, traditional Neapolitan pizza, handmade pastries & gelato, as well as contemporary takes on classic Southern Italian dishes. Federico currently serves as President of Castellucci Hospitality Group, the management company that he created in 2010 which includes all of the restaurants as well as Castellucci Catering Company.
Leigh Ann Miller
Born in Palm Beach, Florida, Leigh Ann Miller grew up with a fond appreciation for the arts, particularly music. After attending Palm Beach County School of the Arts, she performed classically and with major recording artists such as Clarence Clemons and Wynton Marsalis. While pursuing her first love of music, she found her second love in the hospitality industry. After continuing her education at Cornell University, she found that she wanted to run the show, not just perform in it. She coordinated PGA Tour events, planned functions with many recording artists, and opened Jack Nicklaus’ The Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Florida. In 2010, she found her way to Atlanta and The Castellucci Hospitality Group.