This restaurant can’t be bleat.

Happy Monday everyone!

Saturday night, Kori, Matt, D and I went to a restaurant called The Local Goat (hopefully now the title makes sense bahaha) in Pigeon Forge. Kori had researched and found that it was highly rated and very poopular (any I Love Lucy fans out there?) so she made a reservation for us. Thank goodness she did because it was packed when we arrived! They had beautiful Christmas decor so immediately I was very pleased.We were placed in a very comfy booth with a good view of the SEC Championship. It was kind of painful to watch because I would have loved for both teams to lose but alas that can’t happen.

I decided on the shrimp and grits and D got some spicy wings. Both were delicious! My meal was super flavorful and the grits texture was perfect. The waitress informed us they make 99% of their items in-house from scratch including the ketchup and focus on using local items, which I think is very impressive.I couldn’t resist getting dessert so I got the bourbon maple pecan sundae that I split with D and kor.So if you are in the Knoxville area and are wanting to eat somewhere new we all highly recommend checking this place out!

4 thoughts on “This restaurant can’t be bleat.

  1. “Bleat”, “poopular” – love these puns!! You captured some super lovely photos, and I appreciated some of the sundae! Matt and I had such a fabulous time with you and D. I sure am grateful how our lives have panned out, Boo. We would’ve never imagined double dating with the best husbands every just a few short years ago. ❤


  2. holy smokes this place looks amazing!!! YUM!! the shrimp and grits is making my mouth water. I had some in NOLA for the first time, and it was one of my favorite dishes I had there. SO good. And the dessert looks oh so scrumptious too! And you know I loved the pun at the beginning 😉 Have a great week, Kaci!


    1. Shrimp and grits is soooooo delish but if done wrong, can be so disappointing! I dislike when the grits aren’t thick and creamy so sometimes I steer clear but these sounded like fancy shrimp and grits because they had bacon jam (I KNOW) and sriracha taking them to the next level.

      Hahaha thank you! I was kind of proud of myself for thinking that one up and thought you might love it! I hope you have a great week too! xo

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