The dishes will all include goat from local farmers Split Creek Farms and Wildhaven Ranch. Items include Braised Wildhaven Ranch Goat and Roast Beet Salad featuring Split Creek Goat Cheese.
“Goatober” is celebrated in October as a way to get consumers to eat more heritage goats. Why? Here’s a quick explanation from a press release: “In order to make cheese, goats produce milk, and to make goat milk, a female goat has to have babies. The end result of this production is goat dairies having an excess of goats that are often sold into the commodity market or killed at birth.”
Reservations are now accepted and highly recommended by visiting RESY or calling 843-225-1717.
Comedian Nate Bargatze Coming to the North Charleston PAC in May
Comedian Nate Bargatze will bring his “The Be Funny Tour” to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on Saturday, May...