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A Look Inside Stephanie Izard's Little Goat Bread

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[Photo: Barr Brecheisen]

Get ready to stand in line at Little Goat Bread from Chef Stephanie Izard bright and early tomorrow morning. Eater got a sneak peek inside at the highly anticipated opening as well as a preview of the retail selections and the menu. Little Goat took over the old Red Light space and it's safe to say that no one will recognize it. It's a stunner. Boka Group completely overhauled the interiors with anacleto design, a firm out of Toronto. With both the Diner and Bread adjacent to one another, the interiors aren't a total departure from their big sister restaurant, Girl & the Goat, rather an extension.

Carrying over the rustic driftwood, Little Goat Bread seems to shed some fresh light as a somewhat brighter space with a view into the kitchen, a seat at the bar, a retail space and bins of crusty bread. With subway tiles and marble typical of an old bakery, the space exposes a new side to Izard, with much more available than just food. The back wall is devoted to retail products produced by Izard and only sold in-house. The maple syrup is made from Girl & the Goat wine barrels from Walla Walla, Washington and sold for $28 a bottle. The honey is from a beehive that Little Goat sponsored at Heritage Prairie Farm and is $15. In addition, there are signature items for sale like t-shirts, sweatshirts and little goat Bobbleheads. Oh, and you can add goat milk to any coffee drink.

The Specials This Week:
Tortone
garlic . mashed potatoes . crusty dark bread

Fat Bread
smoked duck fat . pickled mustard seed . beer

Sweet Onion Brioche
sweet onion . butter . soft pull apart rolls

The Menu:

Little Goat Bread opens tomorrow morning at 6 a.m. and closes 6 p.m.

—Kiki Luthringshausen
· All Coverage of Stephanie Izard [~ECHI~]

Little Goat

820 W Randolph Street, Chicago, IL 60607 312 888 3455

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