The menu is as unusual as the name indicates, with many goat-oriented options like goat liver, goat ribs, goat empanadas and goat legs. Other exotic items include braised beef tongue, wood-oven-roasted pig face and Wagyu tartare. The small plates allow guests to try a variety of items, including some fine fish and seafood items like pan-roasted whitefish, sautéed shrimp or tempura-prepared loup de mer. They have blended their own wine and offer a variety of bottled and on-tap beers.
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