I spent some time this weekend at a little cafe called Goat Cheese.
The owner, Melissa Cusack, explained that while she’s always been a fan of Italian food, she started out her business with goat cheese.
She also told me that she likes goat cheese because it’s so inexpensive, and she hopes it’ll help people enjoy their daily fix of pasta without having to spend a fortune.
“People are going to get a little taste of goat cheese on a pasta dish,” she said.
“It’s really, really simple.”
But it’s not just about cheap pasta: Cusacks mother is a goat-herder and her goat-tender, she said, makes it possible for her family to keep their farm animals healthy.
“She does what we do with our animals, and I just think she’s really happy for us and loves the animals,” Cusacking said.
It’s a nice story.
Cusacker says that the goats are part of her family business and are always out to feed her family.
She said that when she was growing up, her parents would take her goats to school, so now she is looking to bring goats to a new level of animal welfare awareness.
The goat cafe also has some other cool features.
They have goats for sale.
It costs $10 for one goat, and Cusackers mother is willing to sell her to a pet store for $15 a head.
And there’s a goat restaurant that serves meals on top of a goat.
The cafe is open daily from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., so you can grab some goat food before it gets too late and relax.
(Cusack says the goat menu is always changing, so I’m not sure exactly what you’ll find at her cafe, but you can always look for her on Facebook.)
The restaurant has a cute little goat logo on the wall, and there are goats for purchase on the way out.
But what really draws me to this little cafe is the goat.
I’ve never been to a goat diner, but I’ve tried plenty of them around the world.
I’d love to go to one in my hometown of Portland, and even though it’s a little pricey, I’m sure I’ll be able to make a few bucks.
I would love to meet up with the owner and get to know her better.
She told me she is open for a photo shoot, so if you’re in the area and want to make the most of your time in the little cafe, you can come to her and say hello.