Newest Billy Goat Tavern opens on Lake Street

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The newest Billy Goat Tavern quietly opened this week.


The newest Goat, at 60 E. Lake St., opened Wednesday morning, reports.

DNAInfo says people familiar with the original Goat might be surprised by the “shiny new outpost, with its sparkling dark wood bar, exposed brick accent walls, a sleek slate-tiled floor and an arsenal of wall-mounted flat-screen TVs.”

Owner Bill Sianis said business at the 85-seat restaurant was “steady, especially considering we haven’t announced anything, just opened the doors.”

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