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Goat Town

August 29, 2011

On a recent dark and rainy morning, some friends and I ventured through the slick East Village streets to hole-up for brunch at Goat Town. The space was retro-fitted by the Haslegrave brothers and is home to some of the best food I’ve ever been privileged to eat -courtesy of chef, Jessica Wilson. The backyard boasts a garden with a large variety of vegetables and herbs that are all used in the beautifully crafted dishes. The dinner menu slings everything from a wide selection of oysters down to house-made ice creams. Aside from the obvious high design of the space – heavy in woods and ceramics, there’s attention to detail in aspects such as the audio system (spinning a great collection of vinyl records), the linens and bottle-wear, and even the printed ephemerals (menus, matchbooks, postcards, etc). Highly recommended.

(These photos are outtakes from an original post I worked on for The Scout – click to read.)

8 Comments leave one →
  1. August 29, 2011 10:39

    I was just searching restaurants for an upcoming trip to the city and i discovered goat town. ten mins later i see your post in my gReader pop up, the universe wants me to eat at GT! beautiful photos! i’m convinced i must now visit.

  2. August 29, 2011 12:40

    love the atmosphere of these!

  3. August 30, 2011 10:01

    Goat Town is one of my favorite restaurants in the East Village. Great pictures, particularly the beets in the garden!!!

  4. August 30, 2011 18:58

    Your photography is beautiful, simply stunning.

  5. September 23, 2011 18:43

    BEAUTIFUL! so glad i found you via my friend nate at hearblack.

  6. October 4, 2011 11:18

    I’ve just discovered your blog! Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing!

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