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We are proud to announce the opening of goosefoot food & wine after a year of building. goosefoot food & wine offers a wonderful selection of wine for your dining experience at goosefoot. We would greatly appreciate your support in our new venture and we look forward to you purchasing your wines for your goosefoot dinner at goosefoot food & wine.

Starting on November 1st, 2014 a corkage fee of $10.00 per person will be applied. This is to cover the cost of supplying and maintaining all your glass and decanter needs as well as recycling of all the bottles you enjoy. This is a major cost for us at goosefoot and we can no longer provide the service for free. We appreciate your understanding!

The corkage fee will be waived for wines purchased at goosefoot food & wine right next door. Just arrive 30 minutes before your reservation to make your selection.

Thank you for your continuous support!

Sincerely, Chris & Nina Nugent

 

Carefully sourced ingredients and perfectly executed technique are the basis for exceptional dishes. At goosefoot, the seasonally inspired menus change frequently and the cuisine, a blend of disciplined French technique with a passionate forward thinking modern vision, beautifully expresses the restaurant’s relationships with our small artisan farmers.

goosefoot offers guests a nine-course tasting menu providing a memorable and thoughtfully choreographed culinary experience.

goosefoot 9-course Menu

amuse-bouche

scallop/maitake/lobster/lemongrass

begonia/preserved garlic/shrimp/english pea

heirloom squash soup/cranberry/black tea/hazelnut

tasmanian king salmon/ice plant/soy/cucumber

duck breast/cardamom/cacao/aigre-doux

angus beef/pine/szechuan peppercorn/tokyo turnip

roquefort/fig/quince/fennel/goji berry

red pear/juniper/balsamic/cassia bud

pineapple/sorrel/coconut/passion fruit

hot chocolate

$135

menu subject to change based upon quality and availability

allergies or restrictions: this current menu we cannot accommodate no dairy or vegetarian

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