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Meet the Grillworks Infierno, a custom-built, nine-foot grill that serves as the restaurant's showpiece.
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The Infierno offers multiple cooking surfaces for grilling, blistering, and smoking.
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Ten seats lining the butcher block counter may be the best spots in the house—at least on these cool winter evenings.
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Original crown molding was uncovered during the remodel and preserved to give the restaurant a sense of history.
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This suckling pig breast was cooked in a cast iron pan nestled in the coals; Gala apples were charred on the grill's top racks.
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Produce like these purple heirloom carrots benefit from some time in the hearth as much as any meat.
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Does it get any more primal than this? Check out the grill marks on that Niman Ranch T-bone.

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