Sunday Funday

Sunday  started blustery, but was everything a Sunday should be in the end.

Little Goat

Brunch, every Sunday should include brunch.

Little Goat

We hit up Little Goat, out first visit. Nothing little about this place.

Little Goat Shrimp and Grits

Well except for the wait. We got there at about 8:30 and had no problems getting a seat. But the place filled up QUICK, 9 am seems to be the start of the busy time.

Little Goat Bloody Mary

Best bloody Mary I’ve had, it included smoked pickle juice and the olive stuffed with horseradish cream cheese. I hate olives, but the cream cheese was amazing.

Little Goat Shrimp and Grits

There is a large menu to select from, with breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections. I went with the shrimp and grist, which was from the Cereal Killer section of the menu. A bit more soupy than I expected, but delicious all the same. The food was incredible and the service was amazing! I am glad it is close to us, because we definitely plan to go back soon.

After brunch we went to see the movie Muppets Most Wanted. Two thumbs up! Tina Fey was awesome, like she can be anything but. This movie was even better than the last

I spent the rest of the afternoonaccomplishing some really not fun outdoor chores, but hey at least the sun was out. Finished it all off with home cooked Chicken Vesuvio. I can’t believe I have never attempted this dish before now. It turned out pretty OK, but needs some work.

Little Goat Bread

Though, the bread I brought home from Little Goat smeared with the garlic cloves baked with the chicken was perfection. I also must say, even though the cold and snow make summer seem so far away, it is awesome to still have the sun up after 7 pm.

Sunday funday, too bad it can’t last all week-long, but I’ll take it!


  1. jillyinmn says:

    Oh my goodness, brunch looks amazing. Is this place done by the Girl and Goat people? The food and bread looks awesome, and the bloody mary looks like a meal! Can’t believe you guys got snow yesterday, although I am sure we are not done either, but we are supposed to hit 50 next Sunday, fingers crossed. I attempted Coq Au Vin last night, Barefoot Contessa recipe, I was so-so on it, but everyone else really liked it. Good to know about Muppets, I may need to take Gracie and Grant.

  2. biz319 says:

    Sounds like the best way to start the day. I’ve only eaten dinner there, and we only had to wait 10 minutes and I met my Mom, sister and cousin there at 5:30 – but it filled up quick!

    I only like olives if they are stuffed with blue cheese, can’t eat them by themselves. Happy Monday!

  3. Aimee says:

    Bread smeared with roared garlic! Yum!! Looks like a lovely Sunday. I remember Stephanie Izard from Top Chef, loved her. I appreciate your positivity about winter. I have had it though. I’m ready for spring and warmth and running outdoors without my face freezing.

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