This winter, comforting soups will be prepared by the dark kitchen at Fainting Goat
A new ghost-kitchen pop-up has come to Washington, DC, brought by the owners of The Fainting Goat, called No Soup For You. The virtual restaurant will serve up soul-warming soups, hearty stews and indulgent dips, accompanied by breads, biscuits and sandwiches to dip in the broth extravaganza.
The takeout only venture is part of the Blagden Hospitality Group family of restaurants, which include Tiger Fork, Calico, Hei Hei Tiger, and Hi-Lawn. No Soup For You will offer in-house prepared soups from $9 to $14. Culinary inspiration comes from Nathan Beauchamp, partner and culinary director, and Chef Sam George.
No Soup For You menu
Here’s a list of menu items that this pop-up expects to help customers whether the dark winter:
- Chicken Pot Pie — sweet potato, parsnip, buttermilk cheddar biscuit
- Roasted Tomato — brown ale, cream, basil
- Braised Short Rib — carrot, wild mushroom, red wine, herbs
- French Onion Soup — mushroom dashi broth, gruyere, caramelized shallot
- Shrimp Gumbo — bell pepper, tomato, celery, shrimp, andouille sausage, basmati rice
- Italian White Bean — duck confit, spinach, bacon, chili, carrot
If these selections aren’t enough, there are also homemade breads and sandwiches that range in price from $3 to $8. Examples include Old Fashioned Grilled Cheese on brioche, French Baguette with herbed butter, Grilled Cheese Croutons, Cheddar Biscuit, a Sourdough Boule (bread bowl) or simple Grilled Rustic Bread, which are part of the menu.
Cocktail menu and ordering
To heat up diners as they hunker down inside while the cold overtakes the outside, the popup adds to-go libations to the offerings. The Hot Cocktails To-Go line, priced at $12 each comprise the following:
- Hot Toddy – breakfast tea, honey, maple, star anise, cinnamon and clove, spiked with guests’ choice of brandy or whiskey
- Boozy Mocha – hot chocolate, coffee, peppermint schnapps, and vodka
- Mulled Wine – red wine, honey, clove, star anise, and orange
- Irish Coffee – prepared with coffee, whiskey and chocolate liqueur
For the complete experience, these cocktails can be served up in a take-home Goat-branded thermos for $40.
Ordering: Customers can opt for pickup orders or delivery, fulfilled by Toast, Doordash, Caviar, and UberEats, weekly from Wednesday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. Check out the menu by navigating here.
As for the dark kitchen where all this takes place, The Fainting Goat continues to provide pickup-orders and delivery selections, including the “Goat-At-Home” brunch and a la carte dinner options.
Photo credit: Chevy Chase Land Co. (featured image)
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