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Stephanie Izard, James Beard "Best Chef: Great Lakes," and Food & Wine "Best New Chef 2011," opened Little Goat with BOKA Restaurant Group in December 2012. Following the success of Girl & the Goat, Little Goat Diner serves the Izard take on classic diner offerings for breakfast and lunch.
Reservations reflect only a portion of our available seating and our patio is first come first serve.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Staff temperature check required
- Diner temperature check required
- Contact tracing information collected
We had brunch here and were so pleased with everything! Everyone enjoyed every bite they took, it was spaced out and safe, it felt clean. We were all extremely satisfied!
Every last morsel of food was amazing. "This little piggy when to China" was a standout dish. Bloody Marys were also a must try; different and better than than any other that I have tried!! Order 3!
I've been here so many times, and there's a reason. Just a great spot, service is always great, food is so good. Nothing bad here
Outdoor table was perfect. Food, service, desert - everything was great!
Ate outside. Nice set up. Great service. Great food!!
I keep trying Little Goat in hopes of falling in love, but it always falls short. Being GF, I read they had an extensive menu only to discover most things they aren't doing right now because of COVID. This left half our party with only 2 options to order, which 3/4 of us did. Sadly, the potatoes were quite undercooked and the meat thin and cheap looking. The service was fine, but didn't go out of her way to check on us to make sure we were doing ok. Much to improve here in our opinion!
Artful blending of Asian and American cuisines. Can be a little salty at times but great bold flavors with a twist.
Little Goat is one of my favorite restaurants in WL. I was looking forward to going back but unfortunately the food was mediocre. I am hoping it will improve as we get back into swing of things and new 'normal.
Always impressed with the little goat. You can’t go wrong.
Food was great, service was great. Pricing in line with area restaurants. Overall, great experience and would recommend to others.
LOVE Little Goat! Everything on the menu is amazing, but especially breakfast. This Little Piggy Went to China is an all time fave. Service was great and everything felt safe with covid. Great place to go for a fun or special occasion. We also got a cheez it cupcake from Sugargoat (comp'ed from our waiter) that was weirdly good!
Fantastic food, so much depth of flavors. Felt a little bit rushed by our waiter but overall good experience.
Great spot for a fun brunch. The Bloody Marys were delicious, and we look forward to returning soon.
D E L I C I O U S !!
Chose Little Goat for a birthday celebration -- and what a good choice it was! Each of the four of us had a different main dish, and we gorged on cupcakes and cookies for dessert. Each of the plates was delicious, creative, and beautifully presented. Our personable waitperson, though still in training, handled our table professionally and conscientiously. All in all, a lovely experience.
First timer. Thoroughly enjoyed breakfast. Lots of food! Our waiter was knowledgeable and fun.
Great for the kids after a long day on museum campus. We'll be back for sure!
The food was very good. However, our meals were too expensive for what we ordered. I ordered an omelet which was $16 and it did not even come with any side. For that price, I would at least expect toast with my meal which would have made the meal more filling. I would recommend the restaurant for the quality of the food but I would have to warn people of the prices.
We waited 15 minutes to be seated while multiple socially distanced tables sat empty, then waited 15 minutes for a server and so on and so on. Won't be returning.
Made a note on the reservation that it was a special occasion and requested a seat by the window but hostess didn’t even bother looking and put us in the worst spot in the restaurant. Place reeked of onion so our clothes smelled like food after 🤮
The food was great, and the waiter was kind and attentive.
Delicious and creative food with great service. Highly recommend.
Amazing food, Stephanie (the chef) never disappoints!
So good. Great with my daughter!
The food was delicious. I had a Bloody Mary that was seasoned a bit strong for me and I thought their coffee wasn’t that great. The food was yummy and I would go back.
Heard great good things about the goats. While the food was very good, the service good, the ambience was awful. Decor needs help.
Loved the Korean Chicken Tacos!
This was our best meal in Chicago. We brought our kids ages 8 & 16 who also absolutely loved the food and particularly the dessert. We will definitely be back and plan to visit all of the other Goat restaurants.
The server was super friendly however there were long periods where he was MIA. Food was delicious.
Great experience! Service and food were both fantastic!!
Loved it! We will definitely be back next time we visit Chicago!
Food amazing as usual. Service was good but we felt pushed out. Drinks are expensive but tasty. This is always a good bet when you want to eat well
unfortunately the fried chicken sandwich was served on a burnt bun. generous serving of fries were warm not hot. Korean tacos were unexpectedly bland.
Loved our time at the Little Goat. Our foursome sat in a cozy, very clean booth. Our server was fun, attentive and charming. The coffee was strong and delicious. Our breakfast items were delightful, unique and surprising. —Truly wonderful flavors that made for an exceptional, special brunch.
The best mac and cheese I’ve ever had! The biscuit was amazing too. Carl was our server and very pleasant. The chai latte was very spicy, too much so for me but my friend enjoyed it.
I have been ordered the Patty Melt here since it’s opening and it NEVER disappoints. Perfectly done and the service was even better. Our server, Carl, was adamant and kind to make sure we had all we needed and the best experience.
The cinnamon roll was stale and not ooey gooey. It was dry and a little hard. The french toast was ok. I kept tasting anise. Not sure if they even use that spice to make it. But it had a licorice taste. The chicken was great though. The mule was ok. Too sweet though and i was little sad it didn’t come in a copper cup. We love Girl and the Goat so we had high expectations.
This not so Little Piggy went to China whereas my Little Goat went to Tokyo. Loved the flavors in both dishes but Okonomiyaki barely had pork belly. Old Fashioned & Mimosa lacked punch. Purchased cupcakes & croissants from next door.
Always the best. It’s hard to go anywhere else
Appetizer came after the meal, but otherwise good meal :)
You can order delivery directly from Little Goat using the Order Online button. Little Goat also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (312) 888-3455.
Little Goat is rated 4.6 stars by 4797 OpenTable diners.
Little Goat does offer gift cards which you can purchase here https://onelink.quickgifts.com/merchant/little-goat-diner-chicago/.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.