Goat Hollow is a relatively new restaurant located the Philadelphia, PA area that has become very popular quite quickly. It offers some great drinks as well as a menu full of delicious fare for the bar patrons to enjoy.
You might want to begin with some of the starters at Goat Hollow. Consider the wings, fried cheese curds, vegetable dumplings and the fried calamari. You can also choose from some delicious sandwiches such as the brisket or the Cubano. Fish tacos, burgers, poutine and scallops are other nice choices to consider at Goat Hollow. It features many cocktails and various types of beer as well.
Good second experience. Nice decor and eclectic menu. Just not possible to go out to a casual dinner without sweating bullets about whether you car will be there after the last bite of the chocolate mousse. I will think twice about going again because of the parking nightmare.
Great gastropub with delicious brunch. Eggs sardou is fantastic.
I love Goat Hollow. This last time I visited I was recommended the Jambalaya. It was a masterpiece loaded with clams, mussels shrimp, ham, sausage and chicken. The broth was delicious. Washed that down with a couple of their 22 beers on draught. Highly recommend "The Goat"
Great experience. The neighborhood is unexpected and filled with character. The waiter was knowledgeable and friendly. The menu was creative and unique. The food was fresh and well presented. Not huge portions but that is appreciated these days. The only downside is the parking; there is none. It is worth the search just to experience this gem. Can't wait to go back.
And it will not be my last visit. Nice neighborhood spot. I had the special brisket--very tasty. My dining partner had wonderful mussels. Service is always attentive, and the atmosphere inviting.
As soon as you walk in and see the hip decor, you know they've got something different here.
We went as a last minute decision and food and service were both great!
Daughter had a quinoa cake Entree and loved it and husband had fish tacos. The Salmon appetizer plate was Delish.
Parking is the only part that can be a little tricky. But we'll be back.
As out of towners we ended up driving a bit to find Goat Hollow. It was worth the drive. Beautiful, pleasant inviting restaurant. Comfortable bar with a great drink menu, a huge list of beers and interesting wines. The menu was interesting and David, our waiter, was great with helping us make our decisions. The brisket special and the mussels were just two of the delicious dishes we tried and loved. Andy, the owner, came over to make sure everything was going well which is was. I would highly recommend having a relaxing, delicious meal here.
So close to being a great spot. The food is good, service OK, but there is just no vibe. They need music or something to take them to the next level.
The food generally was okay. The lobster mac and cheese was over cooked and we couldnt find any lobster. The food was very slow to arrive. Server was nice.
I had a very enjoyable evening and meal at Goat Hollow. I made a special seating request on this site and the management accommodated it nicely. Our waiter was friendly and attentive. My dining partners were very pleased with their selections, lobster Mac and cheese and pasta Bolognese. My steak frites a little bit tough but tasty. Bread pudding and apple crisp, YUM.