Best New Restaurant | Eat Out Awards 2011

Girl & the Goat If the crush of diners flaunting hard-to-score reservations is any indication, there are few spots in the city where people would...
 (Photograph: Brendan Lekan)
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Photograph: Brendan LekanBest New Restaurant winner: Girl & the Goat
 (Photograph: Mireya Acierto)
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Photograph: Mireya AciertoBest New Restaurant nominee: Arami
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Best New Restaurant nominee: Lillie's Q
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBest New Restaurant nominee: Owen & Engine
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Photograph: Martha WilliamsBest New Restaurant nominee: Ruxbin
By Kate Leahy |
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Girl & the Goat

If the crush of diners flaunting hard-to-score reservations is any indication, there are few spots in the city where people would rather be eating—and be seen eating—than Girl & the Goat. From an open kitchen framed by two-story stacks of oak and hickory wood, chef Stephanie Izard sends out inventive, mix-and-match plates, from smoky grilled octopus to (yes) roasted pig face, which makes it easy to swap tastes with friends…or with people who are just getting friendly. It’s a credit to the staff that diners leave happy, eager to return to the industrial space for another round of barrel-aged cocktails. 809 W Randolph St (312-492-6262).

Other nominees Arami, Lillie’s Q, Owen & Engine, Ruxbin

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