Dr. Field Goods
If you want to be daring and try some goat meat for the first time in the history of your palate, then head to Dr. Field Goods Kitchen and wash it down with some housemade habanero that's got a little honey in it. That should do the trick. And if you're one who likes a spicy sandwich, then that's even more of a reason to give the goat torta ($15.50) a whirl. The habanero has just enough kick to override the strong goat meat, and the goat cheese itself makes this rank among the more unique sandwiches around town. This kitchen, located in a nondescript strip mall anchored by a Big 5 Sporting Goods, is anything but nondescript. The inside has all the feeling of a micro-brewery, and just about everything to come out of the kitchen is specially crafted, including the soda drinks. Like the orange cream soda ($4.25), with fresh squeezed orange, simple syrup and soda water. The only thing perhaps lacking in this entire lunch were the potato fries. They weren't bad, but they were up against some hard competition. (Thomas Ragan)
2860 Cerrillos Road, Ste. A1, 471-0043
Lunch and dinner daily
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