courtesy Fainting Goat
From a press release:
“The Fainting Goat, neighborhood tavern from the Blagden Hospitality Group (Tiger Fork, Calico, Hei Hei Tiger, Hi-Lawn) is embracing comfort and soul-warming eats with DC’s newest takeout-only ghost kitchen pop-up, launching on Wednesday, January 13. “No Soup For You” focuses solely on hearty soups, nourishing stews and creative dips, accompanied by an assortment of breads, biscuits and sandwiches for soaking up all the brothy goodness.
The pandemic-born pop-up will consistently feature an extensive variety of homemade Soups ($9-$14, 16oz.) from partner and culinary director Nathan Beauchamp and Chef Sam George, rotating through the season but currently including:
- 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
An assortment of homemade breads and sandwiches (ranging from $3-$8) will be available for pairing and dipping, including an 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.
Affordable and creative $3 Dips (8 oz.) include a Smoked Gouda Cheese Dip, a Honey & Black Pepper Whipped Ricotta, and a White Bean Hummus, all perfect for pairing with the freshly-baked breads.
Upping the wintry comfort quotient, No Soup For You will also offer a selection of Hot Cocktails To-Go ($12), including a 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, vodka); Mulled Wine (red wine, honey, clove, star anise, orange); and Irish Coffee (coffee, whiskey, chocolate liqueur). Hot cocktails are also available in a take-home Goat-branded thermos ($40).
The Fainting Goat will also continue operating with its regular take-out and delivery menus, including “Goat-At-Home”