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Stephanie Izard wants you to follow the Goat

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We've been hearing about Stephanie Izard's not-yet-existent restaurant, the Drunken Goat, for months now.

We still have a few more months of waiting (she is hoping for a January opening), but until then, Izard has come up with yet another way to whet our appetite -- an underground "Wandering Goat" dinner series.

The first of five dinners is on July 26. It will be in the backyard of one of Izard's chef friends (which chef? Only those going will find out, via email right before the event, her publicist says). Izard will grill up stuffed calamari, short ribs and other eats; Three Floyds beer, Black Dog Gelato sorbet and music also are on tap. The cost for each dinner: $50.

Only 40 tickets are available for the first shindig. Those interested are encouraged to follow Izard on Twitter for details on tickets.

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