Fans call Tail Up Goat “Rose’s Luxury with reservations.” It has the same warm and whimsical vibe, as well as a menu of otherworldly combinations of tastes, similar to what you’ll find at that Barracks Row restaurant. At Tail Up Goat that means an always-changing menu that's earned it a place on Michelin's starred list. Lunch and dinner items may include plates of crispy salt cod with smoked cauliflower, corn and chickpea panisse, seared tilefish with almond skordalia and veggies, or the fairytale eggplant, with pork belly and spicy garum. If there are more than two of you, you’ll want to sit at a table in the dining room, with its view of the open kitchen at the back. But if you’re dining alone or with a pal, sit on a cushioned stool in the cozy bar, where you’ll be coddled and amused by the charming bartenders. It’s also where you can snag a seat if you haven’t snagged a reservation—the bar is reserved for walk-ins.