Vegetarian and “really non-vegetarian” eats mingle effortlessly on the menu at Goat Kitchen and Bar, making it a popular spot for all kinds of eaters. Just across the state line from Widener University, not far from Meetinghouse, this Wilmington eatery has a reputation for doing justice to both animal- and plant-based fare.
The proof lies in dishes like the Buffalo cauliflower appetizer, a meat-free alternative to spicy wings that comes with the same creamy blue cheese dressing. And then there are bigger eats such as the pork belly Reuben, a twist on the typical sandwich that comes with apple sauerkraut, brown mustard, and, of course, pork belly, all stuffed inside of freshly baked artisanal bread. It’s a favorite among customers, just like the crispy fish sandwich with smashed fries, remoulade, and poblano coleslaw. Goat Kitchen also serves up some big plates and pizzas, as well as creative cocktails, beer, and wine.