Did you know Chicago has a long history of beer? Did you know Chicago has some real tasty breweries? No? Yes? Either way--Join Goat Beer expert Gary Valentine for a Friday night beer class focused on all things Chicago, complete with sips and snacks from Stephanie Izard's brand new cookbook, "Gather & Graze" which will be available for purchase!
6:30pm $55 (including tax and gratuity)
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We get a lot of questions about when our rooftop will be open! The Little Goat rooftop is part of our private event space on the second floor of the dinner. Most days out of the year the space and the roof are booked for private events, meaning we can't open the roof to the public. We try to squeeze in a few fun suppers and events when we can, but in general the roof is closed to visitors.
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When do tickets normally go on sale?
Tickets go on sale the Wednesday before, so stay tuned to our newsletter for more information! You can sign up for the newsletter above.
I am interested in attending this week’s dinner, but I want to look at the menu first – can you send it to me?
The menu is only decided a few days before (and sometimes the day of) based on what looks good and what mood we are in. It is safe to say a few things though: there will be a lot of meat and you will not leave hungry. At the bottom of the page are a few past menus, to give you a better idea of what you can expect!
I have a dietary restriction (vegetarian, gluten-free, lactose intolerant, etc.), will there be something on the menu for me?
It depends on the menu! Some weeks are more accommodating than others. You can shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get you more information closer to the dinner.
I can’t make this Sunday’s dinner, but I want to come to one soon! When is the next one scheduled?
Because the Sunday Supper scheduled is planned around the availability of our private dining space, we aren’t able to plan too far in advance. The best way to find out about upcoming dinners is to signup for our newsletter above.
Let’s get to the important stuff, tell me about the drink situation.
We like to start with a cocktail that matches the theme – like a rum lemonade for our picnic – and then serve a choice of red or white wine with dinner.