Can’t get a reservation at chef Stephanie Izard’s high-falutin’ restaurant, Girl and the Goat? Then mosey across the street to Little Goat, her diner for foodies.
Grab a seat in one of the high-backed booths or on a twirly stool at the counter. Order something decadent – say the Fat Elvis peanut butter waffles – off the all-day breakfast menu. Or dig into lunch and dinner picks like the goat sloppy joe with mashed potato tempura. Bread baked on site perfumes the air, and bottomless cups of strong coffee add to the aroma.
Expect a wait during peak brunch and lunch times. Reservations accepted.