The Goat Lips Promise
Uncompromising customer service
Welcome to the Goat Lips Chew and Brewhouse, a.k.a. the Goat.
A Pensacola original for over 14 years, Goat Lips is known far and wide for our great food, great beer, and uncompromising commitment to customer service. We would love to have the opportunity to show you our one-of-kind brand of fun, so stop by today discover for yourself one of the truly great secrets in Northwest Florida.
Your local eatery and pub that looks and feels like a dive bar, but is much more! When you arrive at the Goat for the first time, you will find it hard to choose what to eat among all of the wonderful specialty sandwiches and delicious comfort food. Do you want the best Club sandwich in the world or one of the best pot roast dinners you have ever eaten? To add to the confusion, we sprinkle in our Italian sub with grilled peppers, onion, olive oil drizzle and our famous New Orleans’ classic muffuletta, with our homemade olive pesto salad (both served hot). Maybe you would like the blackened fish sandwich with our homemade chipotle mayo or the gyro with cucumber dill sauce. How 'bout a chicken parmesan sandwich with rich marinara sauce or our spicy spicy Caribbean Jerk chicken sandwich? Maybe try a grilled burrito. Now at dinner we will tempt you with Shrimp Creole, Blackened Fish Alfredo and Meat Loaf.
The same confusion exists between our in-house beers from the “Redneck Riviera Brewing Project” brewery and our selection of over 100 other beers from other Craft breweries and old standards.
Next question is where to sit? In our news or meeting dining room, our Pub Room, or outside covered deck? You may choose the outside picnic table area with its seasonal roaring bonfires. Our deck houses the musical stage with entertainment happens every night. We have become very popular at hosting and catering to small groups from 20 to 30 persons as well. Goat Lips features events planning for retirement, graduation, birthday and even small wedding parties. The US Navy Rotary Wing and Training Squadrons at Whiting Field and NAS Pensacola host tie cuttings and Hale and Farewell events. The Sea Wolves get together quarterly as well. Call for event planning.
How did this little jewel spring up in the middle of nowhere and live through 2 hurricanes, $4.00 gasoline, BP oil spill and a bout with socialism? Don’t worry about it; “it’s going to come together like Goat Lips” is an old southern saying from which our business got its name. I’m not sure Jesus used this parable but without his Love and our Faith and perseverance at every turn, its survival would have not been possible. We even host Gospel at the Goat on the 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon of each month.
Our one legged stool business developed 4 legs along the way and we are proud to incorporate great food, fun, tasty craft beer, wonderful music and other entertainment to go along with kid and dog friendly back yards which make you feel like you are at Grandpa’s
Sandwiched (pun intended) between the University of West Florida, Ellyson Industrial Park, Baptist Hospital and West Florida Hospital makes for our eclectic customer base. Then you add in the surrounding military bases. The National Guard is stationed inside Ellyson Industrial Park and
Goat Lips is at the center and equal distant from Pensacola NAS, Corry Station, Saufley Field and Whiting Field. We often host Navy retirement parties, tie cutting ceremonies and a change of command for helicopter squadrons. The Marine Corps meets here monthly and does planning for their “Heroes Among Us“speaker’s series. . That should make you feel safe!!
We asked our customers to describe Goat Lips and here are some comments ... friendly, hangout spot, great atmosphere, good service, best hole in the wall, great nano brewery, Krazy George does best karaoke, enjoy the award winning trivia night, can come hear my friends play at open mic.
Hungry or thirsty? You came to the right place!
WHERE ARE WE?
2811 Copter Road, Pensacola FL 32514
We’re open everyday!
Later Night Menu- 10pm to Close
Find out more about our collaboration with the Redneck Riviera Brewing Project
Learn more about Goat Lips from article in Pensacola News Journal:
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