Oh happy day! Just when you thought Goodfriend couldn’t get any gooder, here comes chefs Jeana Johnson and Colleen O’Hare with some new drool-worthy menu items to try. And they sound really, really good.
And just in time for Valentine’s Day. Goodfriend, let’s be more than friends.
New & Notable:
Fez Mezze: hummus with escalavida, goat cheese and pita chips!
Fried pickles! With ranch! Be still my chicken-fried heart!
Bat Out of Hell: sriracha-glazed meatloaf and smashed potatoes on challah bread! Challah!
Schnitzengrueben: a beef burger with sauerkraut, house thousand island and fried pickles!
You can click here to download the new and improved Goodfriend_Menu, or do like I do and head over there ASAP to eat the whole place. Or both.
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UPDATED: Even MORE New Food Good News at Goodfriend!
The owners of Goodfriend, Matt Tobin and Josh Yingling, are opening The Blind Butcher, a house-made meats and beer spot on Greenville Avenue in late spring. The Blind Butcher’s chef will be Oliver Sitrin, formerly of Marquee Grill. We’re talking 20 beers on draft, if you’re into that, sausage, pastrami and corned beef made in-house. Wow. And remember how they’re trying to open up Goodfriend Package Store across from Goodfriend with beers and sandwiches? Well the intent is for The Blind Butcher to be the commissary for that place, AKA where they make the sandwich magic. This addition makes that particular area of Greenville an even better clusterfuck of delicious awesomeness. Trader Joe’s, Mudsmith, and now house-made pastrami? GET OUT OF HERE. I’m dying and going to heaven which is also known as East Dallas. So glad I moved there.
Coming soon to 1919 Greenville Avenue: The Blind Butcher. More details as soon as my PR ladies send me more releases.