"Top Chef" winner Stephanie Izard's newest project, the spinoff of her wildly successful Girl and the Goat restaurant, officially opened its doors in Chicago on Friday.
Two weeks ago, Little Goat, located at 820 W. Randolph St., marked its soft opening across the street from its flagship location by offering up its coffee shop, deli and bakery -- all under the tent of Little Goat Bread. On Friday, the full 1950s-style dinner -- serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in a more casual atmosphere than GATG.
The restaurant occupies a sprawling 8,200 square feet, according to NBC Chicago, and seats 120 customers. It will serve breakfast and classic diner lunch items through its nearly round-the-clock day -- from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., Eater Chicago reports.
Curious to learn more? Zagat got a sneak peek at the space, as well as a heads up on some of the menu items Izard will be serving up at the new West Loop spot.
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