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The Blind Goat Food and Drink Co.
While "The Blind Goat" sounds like a forgotten Mother Goose nursery rhyme, the origins of the unusual name are a bit more recent. During Prohibition, speakeasies often has nicknames such as "The Blind Tiger". But when The Blind Goat Food and Drink Co.'s founders were thinking of an animal, they decided on the goat, a humble creature that's been by humans' sides (and on their plates) for eternity. This modern update on a tradition epitomizes The Blind Goat experience. While cocktails made with gin and rum throw back to older times, the bar's not archaic; bouncers won't ask for secret passwords and bartenders won't ask if you went to the talkies last weekend. But the spirit of Prohibition-era bars—the fun, the camaraderie, and the creativity—remains.
That creativity is on tap (literally) at the bar, where drafts of craft brews such as Bold City's Killer Whale cream ale and Coppertail's Freedive IPA, are drawn. Cocktails include a bacon-infused old-fashioned, a cilantro-jalapeño margarita, and the Goat Punch, made with a secret recipe and served in a souvenir glass. Meanwhile, the kitchen cooks up 10-inch pizzas such as the Fresh Prince of Philly, which resembles a cheesesteak baked on a thin crust. Other bites include the Madrid sandwich (chorizo, prosciutto, and salami) and the vegetarian Farmer's Market.