The Times stops in the Windy City.
The Girl & the Goat is on a roll.
The folks behind BOKA will tackle the oyster bar next.
In S.F., N.Y., Philly, and Chicago, goat is being embraced by chefs and diners, at least the slightly adventurous ones.
In his review of Girl and The Goat, Time Out Chicago critic David Tamarkin names Stephanie Izard's restaurant a prime example — even a major driver — of something he calls Chicago Contemporary Cuisine. Defining this hard-to-pin town trend, Tamarkin...
We got an insiders look at the opening day of Stephanie Izard's the Girl & the Goat.
The most anticipated restaurant of the summer just released its menu.
Stephanie Izard is really getting into the animal theme.
Stephanie Izard needs your wacky goat items.
Stephanie Izard picked the numbers out by using a high powdered statistical website.
The Bucktown wine shop has twenty buttons ready to dish out.
Grab a button if you make it down to Logan Square quickly.
Stephanie Izard's tomatoes are growing fast.
It's not exactly reservations, but it is kind of interesting.
Exploding demand for goats means that the meat might be priced right out of the market.
Is Stephanie Izard's South Beach Burger Bash entry an indicator of things to come?