Irish Heather Long Table Series/Judas Goat


Another 4 awesome weeks Sorry for the slow start in getting this news out..I, like many of you, succumbed to the maddening flu.

The LTS has continued to be a phenomenal success, so much so that we had to take a short one week vacation from it.

ClickHERE for the menu line up for the month of November, from the 9th until the 30th.

We have begun taking bookings for Christmas parties and several of you, who have attended the LTS think it a swell way to have a party. If you are interested in holding your own LTS (parties of 20 and over) as a second sitting, just let me know and we’ll send details.

Judas Goat Slowly Grinding Forward

Andrew Morrison from Scout Magazine dropped by yesterday to take a look at Judas Goat progress and while there recorded Sean Heather speaking about the concept, time line and Blood Alley.

Click HERE to view the video & click the photo to read recent entries to the Judas Goat Blog.

Last month the Georgia Straight gave Judas Goat an award for “Best New Restaurant Name”

Here is what they wrote:

Judas Goat Taberna will likely be open by the time you read this. This wee eatery, next door to sibling Salt, is the latest venture from Sean Heather (Salt, Irish Heather, Salty Tongue, Shebeen) and his partner in Salt, Scott Hawthorn. The pair decided to open a taberna, or Spanish-style tapas bar, and figured the name Judas Goat seemed fitting. A Judas goat, an abattoir habitué, is trained to make nice with other goats, sheep, and cows, and then lead them to be slaughtered. The new space is located in Gastown’s Blood Alley, and once Heather and Hawthorn discovered that several abattoirs once backed onto it, well, they couldn’t resist.