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jugrnaut restaurant review (jrr) – little goat diner

I was on my way to Au Cheval for a burger, but the line was intense.  The wait was about an hour at that point it was time to find another spot.  Located on the corner from Au Cheval is the Little Goat Diner.  This place is amazing!  It’s a diner but with quality ingredients and an award winning chef as the owner, Stephanie Izard winner of the fourth season of Top Chef!  This place was awesome and so much to choose from.  I ended up getting the Sloppy Joe, yes I love sloppy joes.  The homey I was with got some sort of torta with an aujue dipping sauce.  We shared the  appetizers mac/chees and fries.  Everything we ordered was good and so full of flavor.  I really wanted to try desert but was just too full.  I will definitely return to try other items.  If you’re ever in the Randolph and Halsted area and need a good spot with very little wait, then Little Goat Diner is your go to.  

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