What an interesting place. Slightly cavernous but attractive; the light fixtures are in old oil drums and the walls hold an amusing collection of artwork featuring goats. The Saturday lunch hour that we were there, tables included everything from romantic couples to families with small children. There are collections of books for the kiddies to peruse. Service was good despite the crowd. The menu: many southern dishes, such as a catfish po'boy, dishes with grits, etc. melded with stolid German style offerings - wiener schnitzel sandwich, sausages -- but always in done in slightly unusual ways. For a starter we had deviled eggs that were mustardy and topped with jalapenos. The beer menu lacks a little variety but includes top artisanal brands. It is difficult to describe it -- you simply have to experience it. Across the street from Real Food, a great breakfast place, Old Goat serves breakfast too.
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