Seventh Day of Lent

Susan and I decided to catch up with our friend Danielle, who is one of my best friends, foodie, and 2013 (?) Broward/Palm Beach Yelper of the Year or something like that, so she is always suggesting new places to eat.  She asked me if The Gluttonous Goat will be too tempting.  I’m not sure what she meant by that – maybe that I would break down and order a bacon dish?  Well, I didn’t need to because everything was just as tempting.

She decided to order a few appetizers to get started.  I wasn’t able to document all of them because we ate them so fast, but I got a few shots.  First was the fried mashed potatoes, served with a jalapeno sour cream:

Fried baked potatoes

Fried baked potatoes

The next app were the braised beef brisket tacos.  The beef is made with a chili cilantro rub and is served on the taco with fire-roasted tomato & corn relish – I devoured these:

Braised beef tacos

Braised beef brisket tacos

After a couple more apps we were about to call it a night, but I couldn’t leave without trying the braised short rib.  This came with a caramelized agave glaze, potato aioli, smashed root vegetables, creamed corn, and tobacco onions.  It just fell apart with a fork and was melt-in-your mouth good.

Braised short rib

Braised short rib

Not bad for a meal without bacon!  Finally, the bartender Joe and the co-owner Mike couldn’t have been nicer.  Definitely visiting again soon!

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