Goat Soup & Whiskey has all of the elements for a truly memorable dining experience in Put-in-Bay. With a special focus on crafting delicious dishes and cocktails from local and fresh ingredients, Goat Soup & Whiskey is a casual fine dining restaurant that has also landed on the radar of many national food critics.
Best known for its signature Perch Tacos, Goat Soup & Whiskey has an eclectic menu that is enticing for any level of foodie. Dishes are made from scratch with the freshest ingredients, and soup specials are crafted daily. An excellent lunch option to savor is the Rose Platter, which offers the choice of two homemade soups, a side salad and fresh bread baked in-house. Hearty sandwiches, salads and pastas round out the lunch menu. Dinner is a culinary adventure, with dishes such as Duck Breast, Liver and Onions and a notable selection of steaks. All herbs are grown on-premises in one of the three gardens surrounding the building.
Dining at Goat Soup & Whiskey:
- Beautiful, Quiet Location backed by Coopers Woods
- Fresh, Local Ingredients Ensure the Highest Quality Taste
- Eclectic Menu for Adventurous Foodies
- Hand Crafted Cocktails to Complement the Dishes
A mere half-mile from the attractions and shopping of Downtown Put-In-Bay, quietly perched on Catawba Road in between Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church and the Heineman Winery, Goat Soup & Whiskey overlooks gorgeous hiking trails of Coopers Woods. It’s not unusual to see wildflowers bloom and wildlife peak out during a dinner on the patio. This only adds to the beauty of the dishes created by Goat Soup & Whiskey’s talented chefs. It’s a one-of-a-kind dining experience, not just for Put-in-Bay, but anywhere. You can’t miss it!
Goat Soup & Whiskey is a delightful culinary experience, a must-dine location for any foodie visiting Put-in-Bay. Bring your appetite and get ready for a real treat!
Anna R: “Always one of my favorite stops on the island. From the awe-inspiring food made with fresh herbs and what they can grow in the garden, to the cocktails (the basil mojito also gets fresh basil and is to DIE for), and great wine selection, to the authentic Biergarten out front (although there’s good beer inside too!), it’s hard to make a wrong decision at the Goat! Oh and did I mention the ever-changing dessert selection that’s usually homemade? Stop here. Eat here. Drink here. Just talk to the people that work here. A great time is almost guaranteed.”
Jose D: “My favorite place to eat on the island. The staff was friendly and urgent, and I personally love their accents. The atmosphere is great. French music plays in the background and the restaurant is adorned with tasteful taxidermy, retro posters, and intimate lighting. The food was spectacular. I had their take on the Cuban sandwich that balanced savory gruyere cheese, sweet luau bread, and salty pork, salami, and ham in perfect harmony. It is my favorite take on the sandwich. My girlfriend had a side salad, garden tomato basil soup, and a raspberry mojito. The salad portion was generous and fulfilling. The soup was pure flavor. The mojito was a balance between mint freshness and a good rum. We finished our meal by sharing a delightful creme bruele. This is by far our favorite place and worth the trip to Put-In-Bay.”
Paul L: “A trip to the island is not complete with out a great lunch or dinner at the Goat. You know you’re at the right place when you walk by the garden of fresh herbs and veggies they will be making your drinks and food with. Even if your not much of a soup person the choices are so inviting you’ll end up with a cup to accompany the famous perch taco for a wonderful lunch. Dinner time is the best, there is nothing on the menu I’ve ordered that I have not liked. Guaranteed you’ll leave full and happy.”
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