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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Goat Town

This cozy little East Village venue has a European countryside meets chic feel to it...  

As my eyes peer around the room I notice a lot of white tile, a long wooden bar and what appears to be barn doors leading to the bathroom that is filled with these cool rustic light fixtures...
The farm-to-table fare was fresh and prepared with care in a tiny little exposed kitchen to the back of the dining room. The dishes are plated precisely and are complimented with fresh herbs and vegetables from their outdoor garden...  

Pork Belly Lyonnaise Salad $12

Cast Iron Organic Chicken $22

Mussels and Fries $17

The chicken was a definite hightlight, cooked perfectly with the juice locked in!  The pork belly salad was extremely tasty, although, I didn't expect it to be plated the way it was. 

Goat Town
511 E 5th Street
NY, NY 10009
T. 212.687.3641
Dinner 5pm-12am  Sunday-Wednesday
           5pm-1am Thursday-Saturday
Brunch 10am-4pm Saturday & Sunday
Bar Menu 4pm-5pm Saturday & Sunday
Happy Hour 5pm-7pm Daily

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Sir Kensington Ketchup

I have taken another lov-ah and his name is Sir Kensington!

This wonderfully vibrant and zesty flavored ketchup is such a great alternative to the everyday Heinz brand that us Americans are used to.  Another plus is it's all natural, sweetened with raw cane sugar and agave nectar.

I bought mine at Sarabeth's in Tribeca, however, I've seen it in Whole Foods as well.