Cork & Pig Tavern

The Cork & Pig Tavern is a unique, chef driven blend of brick oven pizzas, gourmet salads, and an array of signature entrees, sandwiches, and mouth watering apps and sides. Complimented by our expansive wine selections, craft beers, and specialty cocktails, you're sure to find the Cork & Pig Tavern to be an exciting environment for friends and family to relax, laugh, and dine.


Cork & Pig West 7th - Fort Worth

Cork & Pig Tavern is now open at 2869 Crockett St. in the West 7th district of Fort Worth, Texas. Stop in today for food, fun, craft beer, and great wine! Also, be sure to Follow us on Facebook for updates and events!

Cork and Pig Open Table Reservation

Cork & Pig Odessa

7260 E. State Highway 191 Suite 204

Odessa, Texas 79765

432.272.4569

Cork & Pig San Angelo

2201 Knickerbocker Rd.

San Angelo, Texas 76904

325.227.6988

Cork & Pig Fort Worth

West 7th District

2869 Crockett St.

Fort Worth, Texas 76107

817.759.9280


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Chef Felipe Armenta

Felipe Armenta

Chef Felipe is a member of the Armenta family of restaurateurs from San Angelo, Texas. He pursued a career in culinary arts in Los Angeles where he achieved the position of executive chef with the world renowned Hillstone Restaurant Group. He eventually returned to Texas and is now part owner of Cork & Pig, as well as several other family owned restaurants.

Chef John Nestor

John Nestor

After 8 years in the corporate world, Chef John found a new calling in the culinary arts. He attended the world renowned Le Cordon Bleu Academie d'Art Culinaire in Paris, France and the Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners. John would eventually return to Texas and reunite with his friends Chef Felipe and Chef Virginia. Together they opened Cork & Pig.

Ed Buenaventura

Ed Buenaventura

Originally from Los Angeles, Ed has worked in the hospitality industry since high school. After graduating from Cal Poly Pomona with a degree in Hotel Restaurant Management, Ed went to work for the Hillstone Restaurant Group where he worked his way up to Executive General Manager. He then went on to join Cocinas y Calaveras; a small, LA based restaurnt group that he helped to expand from 3 to 6 restaurants in just 2 years. In 2016, Ed was invited to join the Cork & Pig team to help grow the business.

Chef Virginia Dalbeck

Virginia Dalbeck

Chef Virginia attended the Hotel Restaurant Culinary School in Santa Barbara, California. She would go on to become the runner up on season 2 of the hit Fox reality show, Hell's Kitchen. After the show, she held several high profile positions at restaurants in New York, Florida, and California. She now resides in Odessa, Texas where she is part owner of Cork & Pig.