"How about the Billy Goat Tavern?" Bunny said.
"The Billy Goat? Why would you want to visit that old greasy spoon? Its for tourists and 20 somethings who have just moved to Chicago to pursue a career in comedy."
"What? I thought it was owned by a world famous chef! You know the one from the television program?"
"Oh, no dear, you mean Girl and the Goat," Brandy corrected her.
"Oh, well, goats are goats. What about Girl and the Goat then?" Bunny suggested.
Brandy chewed her lower lip and said, "Sure. Do you have a time machine handy so we can go back six months to make a reservation?"
"For a cheeseburger?!" Bunny scoffed.
"No Bunny, that's... look, let's go to brunch at Little Goat. It's still run by Stephanie Izard, but its more of a diner style place."
"Little Goat? My goodness, how many goat themed restaurants are there in Chicago?"
"Six. There's six. And we're going to Little Goat."
Though a bit on the pricey side for a so called diner (but reasonable for the quality ingredients and preparation skills) Bunny seemed quite happy with her trip to Little Goat. "Chicago seems to want to support Chef Izard in everything she does," she said as Our Ladies gathered up their things, "I wonder if that means they've finally forgiven her for bringing her pet goat to the Cubs game." "I don't think that's quite right, Bunny," Brandy sighed.
The Short and Sweet Review