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About Gluttonous Goat
Who Are We?
The goal of the Gluttonous Goat Craft House
is to provide the community with a unique and creative eating experience
by using high quality food, beer, boutique wine, spirits & hand craft food driven cocktails
This exclusive experience is achieved by our upbeat and efficient staff
and the use of fresh local ingredients to create our
one of a kind, made from scratch dishes
Boca Raton, FL 33432
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 12:00am, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 2:00am, Sunday: Dinner 11:00 am-10:00pm
Plaza Real South
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
LIVE MUSIC EVERY TUESDAY 8-11
TIGHT WALLET TUESDAY HAPPY HOUR AND $5 BAR MENU 4PM - 12 AM
Garage parking after 5pm (Located in Bank of America garage)
Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor Smoking Area
Gluttonous Goat Ratings and Reviews
Came in with the wife for dinner after a recommendation from a friend. Was greeted by a very friendly staff and a very cool atmosphere. We started with two of the specialty cocktails and really enjoyed them both. We then ordered a few items to share. The octopus was one of the best we have had. Also had the bacon fondue and the shrimp and grits. Both were excellent. We will definitely be back. One of our new favorites. Recommend to anyone in the area.
As a restaurant, it was not a good experience. But as a bar, I think I will enjoy going there in the future.
I should have known better when our group of four was seated on a Saturday night and there was only one other table with people. The rest of the people there were drinking at the bar.
With so few people, it was surprising when we learned that they were out of things listed on the menu.
The food was VERY good. However, the service was TERRIBLE. We sat down at 7:30 and was not served our entrees until 9:00 PM. And they were served in starts and stops. The first entree arrived twenty minutes before the last entree arrived.
I definitely will go back when I am with a crowd who want a really good late night snack, but never again as a place to have dinner.
Everything I eat here is amazing and cooked when I order. The price is great and the the variety is awesome! They sometimes run out of my favorites but it always opens me up to another yummy experience! Love everything! The burgers, octopus, fish, fried Oreos, tacos the list goes on!
Such an awesome place. The food was amazing. We had the wings, the escargot, the short rib and the shrimp and grits. All of it was amazing. The seasoning was perfect. The bartender made us the honey badger bourbon drink and the watermelon jalapeño drink. They were so good. Definitely going back.
Amazing experience!! I love everything about the vintage vibe of The Goat. The menu is unlike anything you will find in South Florida. The staff was extremely knowledgeable and helped us pick out some special dishes and DELICIOUS cocktails and craft beers. The chef came to our table to talk with us and gave us insight into his amazing menu. Go to the Goat...now!!
The menu is really interesting and the food is really good. The hospitality and the service was an added bonus. I got the vibe that the staff was working hard and aimed to please. The restaurant really captures the essence of the gastropubs in Chicago. Overall, it was a great experience and I'll certainly be coming back.
Were curious about this place and wanted to try gor a while :casual atmosphere, crafty cocktails and friendly service.
We choose 2 appetizers to start (mussels and brown sugar and Bourbon pork belly).
Pork was overcooked and crust totally black leaving solely in our mouth the bitterness taste of a burned pan.
So moving on into the mussels, they were also overcooked, presented in a plate with no both drawing in a mixture of onions.
First bite and I hit a couple of pieces of broken shell along with a big chewy overcooked mussel.
We left appetizers on top of each other. Paid our check and finish our evening elsewhere.
I knew going in (from other reviews) that this place prides itself on being different. Our server made that evident immediately. Part of his opening pitch, right after giving his name, is to tell you that they're a "gastro pub," and, if you want the same old restaurant same old, then you should probably go somewhere else. This includes presentation, menu choices, and drink selection. He wasn't obnoxious about it, but he clearly also wasn't kidding (even though the place had literally one customer in it when we showed up, at a normal dinner hour).
The menu items are, indeed, fairly unusual. Some of these things weren't on the menus I saw online, and some of what I saw online was no longer on their menu, which is a shame, bcz there were a few items I saw online that I would've liked to try but couldn't. So, obviously, they rotate items periodically.
For our group of four, we had five dishes and a dessert, all family style. Each item we had had something we agreed was quite good (like a sauce, the addition of cinnamon, texture of the polenta, etc.), but none of us was blown away by any one dish in its entirety. Someone there clearly loves bacon. I do, too, but let's face it... there's such a thing as too much.
Overall, I liked the place. We ate and drank enough but not too much. No left-overs. Interesting change from the usual fare. We were able to talk and hear each other, even after the place started to fill up. Good location. Relaxed ambiance. So, for just under $200 all-in for our group, I'd say it's a reasonable value for what you get. That said, I'm not sure whether I'll be back anytime soon.
Great little restaurant with a unique menu. My wife and I went for the first time with another couple, and there were so many interesting and unusual food items we all wanted to try. We ordered three appetizers, two entrees, and one vegetable side, and shared them all. The drink menu was just as eclectic.
The food was delicious, and the service was friendly and attentive. We will definitely be back!
The Goat has its strong points and its weak points. It has a fun funky decor which we both enjoyed. Our waiter stressed the gastropub "we're not your standard bar and grill" atmosphere of the place to the extreme. If you're going to do that though, you really have to deliver and the Goat hits and misses in that respect. My wife's request for a Long Island Tea was met with a "we don't do standard bar drinks, we do handcrafted cocktails" response. When I opted for one (the Pioneer), it was honestly so vile I couldn't drink more than a couple of sips. We settled for a bottle of wine for the rest of our meal.
The food was hit and miss. The Wild Mushroom and Burratta Cheese Bruscetta was excellent, as were the Pork Taquitos. On the other hand, the highly recommended Brussels Sprouts and Fried Kale were greasy (fried kale needs to be well drained) and the Swordfish over Polenta special was tasty but one-note, badly needing some acidity to offset the rich sauce and creamy polenta. The fish, on the other hand, was cooked perfectly.
Our final verdict was...good but not necessarily a place we would go back to. A place with great potential, it just needs to get over itself a little bit and refine its dishes. And please don't be too good to do the classic cocktails...they are classic for a reason.
The food here is absolutely phenomenal! I truly hope more people give this restaurant a try because it is a true gem and don't want it to go away. Service is impeccable and the food is out of this world. Dont let the name throw you off, there is way more than goat. TRY THIS RESTAURANT!!!
I'll give them another shot but there were some issues with service. When I arrived at the restaurant, we were told that the A/C was out and were offered a seat outside or we could sweat it out inside. We choose outside. Our server seemed to be a bit overwhelmed with the situation even though there were very few tables (that we could see). The main issue being is that our final dish was dropped at our table and we didn't see anyone for over 30 minutes, at a gastropub style restaurant where dishes come out as they are done rather than as a group, this was not good.
We did relay out bad vibe to the right people and still provided an appropriate tip (I don't believe in stiffing a waiter period) . This is the second time we've had service issues here, though it had been over a year since our last bad experience. That said we don't make it down there often because it is expensive (on the lower end of expensive but you do pay for what you get). I hope that this issue isn't repeated. And next time the A/C is out, consider closing for the night and reaching out to anyone who had a reservation already.
I would still recommend checking this place out, but would be wary if trying to impress somebody on a first day due to potential issues we've seen.
My girlfriend came here and dined with another couple. Let me tell you, this place is a total Gem! We decided to share a couple of plates. Started off with the Brussels sprouts and fried kale then the fried mashed potatoes (which I thought were gonna be my favorite but read on...). Then came out the brown sugar and bourbon pork belly. It has great taste but a little fatty for me and I like pork fat! Then we had the goat pot pie which was not gamey at all and had good flavor. The bacon and cheese fondue came out next. Bacon and cheese....need I say more. Ordered two orders of the duck confit tacos. That order ended up taking quite a long time however, they were made fresh to order. The chef ended up sending some double deep fried turkey wings and comped the tacos. The duck tacos ended up being amazing! My favorite by far! You have to remember though that you are at a gastropub. Gastropubs offer made to order food often with limited quantity and dishes come out as they are ready. In addition to the incredible food, all the drinks are hand crafted with a mixologist flare. Compliments to the chef and Sean our waiter for an incredible evening.
A special bonus: they make home made real deal absinthe! (Limit two per person but I don't think you need more than that)
When we arrived, we were told that they only had one waiter working and it would be a bit of a wait. We decided to sit and order drinks. We were placed near the kitchen by the host. When we asked him what the fish special was, he asked the chef who could be seen cooking from where we were sitting. We overheard the chef yelling to the host that he didn't know what the fish special was!! We decided to get up and leave.
Really cool looking place. The bartenders were super friendly and attentive. They food wasn't very good (menu is funky in a good way lol but the execution was a miss). Maybe it was an off night in the kitchen - everything but the food was good so I'd give it another chance.
Although the services was excellent and the food good, it was one note. All the food despite the protein tasted about the same and there was honestly nothing healthy on the menu. If you like or love meat and not veggies then this is the place for you. Great choices for beer and great cocktails and they do say that they are a bar which serves food so just know that in advance. The bartender was great and efficient but if you want light food or salads then you should not go.
The food was incredibly greasy and even with only 2 other tables dining in the restaurant at the same time, the service was very slow. The staff was more interested in talking to each other than to their customers. Our waiter was not welcoming or friendly the few times he came to the table, and even he did not recommend many of the dishes on the menu.
The food was great and the service was even better. Although I'm told that it was an usually quiet night at that restaurant, our server was knowledgeable and attentive enough that I believe that his excellent service is the norm. The quality of the food and the presentation were also excellent. Please understand that they have an eclectic menu and the portions are not especially large, but you don't go there for a super-size meal; you go because the cuisine is different (and the location and winter/spring outdoor seating is great). It was not inexpensive, but it was not extraordinary for the Mizner area.
We were a party of 6 plus a 4 1/2 month baby. The staff could not be more accommodating. The restaurant was quite empty at 7:00 pm. the server showed us to a table that would be quieter as the restaurant got busier. The food was amazing . Dish after dish came out to raves of incredible to wonderful. this was our second visit. We will ne back
The name says it all. Yes, there are goat dishes on the menu. Also frog legs. The food combinations are interesting and often just delicious. The pork belly app a brown sugar glaze was amazing. My fining partner said her hamburger was one of the best she had ever eaten. I had shrimp and grits. Yummy. Two large ship on top then crawfish meat cooked in sauce. Many, many other interesting combinations. If you are a foodie... Don't miss it.
Has potential but... The menu is different and interesting, but not all item on the menu were available- including food items and drinks. The beer list needed a little expansion into better known brews, maybe something on tap? It is a casual place and the food came out in at different times as it was ready- so we shared. The food was delicious - loved the Brussel sprouts and kale, mushroom appetizer, shrimp and grits , deconstructed goat pot pie and the chicken roti. Would go back.
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