Let me start with the obvious: yes, this restaurant will have, “goat-themed décor along with original artwork,” according to the press release.
David Burke’s wants this new restaurant to be a, “one stop, fun restaurant! [It will be] an easy choice for locals where guests quickly become regulars visiting several times a week.”
The Goat will serve, “modern Continental and American cuisines,” in which Chef Burke will put his own personal spin on.
According to the press release, some of the main dishes already being promised include, “Chef Burke’s famous burger using dry-aged prime beef, chicken, lamb, pizzas, several house-made pastas, a variety of refreshing salads, lobster roll, seafood dishes and steaks and a dessert menu that will not disappoint.”
Chef David Burke is promising one thing among the food and drinks being served: local is king. This menu will include local food products, locally distilled spirits and craft beers.
The Goat is scheduled to open in early April of 2022 – so we are basically there.