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Capital 16 Club celebrates Game Week, as in wild game, not Twister

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The Meat Stall by Pieter Aertsen, 1551
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After a long election season, nothing satisfies a politico's hunger like a big slab of wild boar and a napkin the size of a head sail.

Tonight Capital 16 Club in Raleigh launches Game Week, when the menu features food you hunt in the woods or fields—as opposed to raising on farms—including wild boar, rabbit, venison and pheasant.

Game Week runs through Saturday, Nov. 12.

According to the eatery's newsletter, the menu "spans from rustic, earthy recipes to those inspired by meals served at the grand restaurants of the early 19th and 20th century, and in particular the historical NYC’s Luchow’s Venison Festival."

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