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Businiess name:  Girl & the Goat
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
My fiance and I moved to Chicago about a month ago. He's a cook and I want to get into baking and cake decorating. Needless to say, we're into eating. He has a bit of a crush on Stephanie Izard. His family came into town and we happened to see her do a demo at the Green City Market, which led to our going to Girl and the Goat. It's not cheap, but it's worth every penny. Our group of five sampled 18 different dishes. Yes. 18. We finished 16 of them at the restaurant and my fiance had the leftovers of the other 2 the next day for lunch. Ask for suggestions and trust your server. I only ordered two dishes. Everyone else had 3-4, plus dessert. Note that the design of this restaurant is for everyone to share their food. If I had ordered a heartier second dish (I had the hiramasa crudo, which was delicious. it was raw fish, though, so it was not very filling.) and not shared, two dishes would have been plenty. Portions are very generous for a small plate style restaurant. Stephanie was super sweet. She remembered us from the market and had our server invite us to speak with her--- yes, she actually works in her kitchen! She even invited my fiance to work with her on one of his days off from regular work. Eat here ASAP.

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