Came early and got a seat straight away. Heard a lot about Girl and Goat. Nice dishes but not mind blowing.
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We dined here on Friday, August 10 at 11:15pm. We made reservations in advance and I recommend that everyone does. This place is popular and for good reason. We arrived early and got a cocktail at the bar and then we were seated a little...More
Sat at the bar by myself and food and service was excellent. Had the goat empanadas, sweet corn perogies and lamb ribs. Everything was excellent.
Excellent small and larger plates to share. Even a vegetarian can experience the umami with veggie small plates like shishito peppers with miso, kohlrabi salad, roasted beets, and chickpea fritter chaat. Yum. Take a meat eater with you who can try goat prepared in 5...More
This restaurant is a true culinary delight. If you’re thinking meat and potatoes, this is NOT the place for you. Come to this eatery with an open mind and an open palette and prepare to be delighted. The goat served here in all the various...More
Went there for late dinner, the place was crowded but we got hour table at the time we had booked it. Super friendly staff, if is your first time there they explain every question in the menu with detail. Food is delicious and I found...More
The food was fantastic. The combinations of flavors were amazing. Totally recommend the green beans! Yep, I said green beans. They were so good I would get them shipped to Maryland. The goat empanadas were tasty and the ratatouille focaccia was perfection. If you have...More
We tried this restaurant on advice of a family member, despite my wife's claimed aversion to goat. We had a very energetic and friendly waiter who advised each of us to choose two items as sharing is recommended. It turned out to be a good...More
Service was excellent and Food was really great, but the portions are not very big. We were 6 adults and we ordered several dishes.
The service was spot on and the food was excellent. A few recommended dishes are the Halibut (spectacular) and the obvious, goat belly. Everything was delectable, although the scallops were not the favorite at the table. Highly advised.