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Goat Hollow Makes a Comeback in Mt. Airy

Goat Hollow is open to the public.
Goat Hollow is open to the public.
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The beloved Mt. Airy haunt Goat Hollow closed up shop in 2004 to the moans and groans of sad neighbors. Well, luckily for then, new owners Neil Campbell, who also owns Race Street Cafe, and Andy Shahan have renovated the location at 300 West Mt. Pleasant Avenue, which recently opened the doors to the neighborhood. All of the fixtures, bars, and pretty much all of the woodwork inside comes from reclaimed projects

Monk's former executive chef Adam Glickman is running the show behind the pots and pans, and has whipped up an American Brasserie menu for the diners. There will be a little something for everyone on the menu, from wild boar terrine and oyster muffaleta to a straight-up burger and a 16 oz. bone-in ribeye.

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Goat Hollow

300 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave., Philadelphia, PA

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