All About The Fainting Goat’s Logan Circle Picnic Delivery Pop-Up

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It’s picnic season!

And just in time for chequered blankets and wicker baskets, The Fainting Goat from the Blagden Hospitality Group (Tiger Fork, Calico, Hei Hei Tiger, Hi-Lawn) has launched its new gourmet picnic delivery pop-up – “Picnics at Logan Circle.”

It all happens by bike. On its new blue delivery bicycle, The Goat staff will be dropping off gourmet picnics to park revelers, which they can order via the restaurant’s website, or QR code. Each comes with Goat-branded cooler bags, plus a picnic blanket, and plates/cups/utensils.

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Culinary director/partner Nathan Beauchamp and Chef Sam George have curated a variety of curated picnic packages for groups of up to 6, including:
  • Picnic Basket for 2 ($75) — upscale lunchable, fried chicken, potato salad, house pickles, chocolate ganache cheesecake, bottle of sparkling wine or rosé
  • Snack Pack ($45) — hummus + pita, salsa + chips, chips + onion dip, 4-pack of adult juice boxes
  • Party Pack for 6 ($125) — hoagie (ham, capicola, mortadella, sharp provolone, finocchio, cherry pepper spread), fried chicken, hummus + pita, chips + onion dip, 12-pack of adult juice boxes
  • S’mores Kit ($30) — metal lunchbox, sterno, marshmallows, graham crackers, skewers, chocolate bars, matches, ‘fire extinguisher’
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Other beverage options include 4-packs of its frozen Piña Coladas ($50), 4-packs of its popular Adult Juice Boxes in flavors such as rum punch, lavender gin lemonade, margarita and whiskey sour ($32), 12-packs of beer or spiked seltzer in branded cooler bags on ice ($30), Large-Format Pouch Cocktails including 750ml Aperol Spritzes and Moscow Mules ($30), branded Thermos Cocktails filled with either mojitos, daiquiris or palomas ($30), and branded flasks filled with various spirits ($30).

“Picnics at Logan Circle” will be available for delivery every Wednesday-Sunday from 12pm-9pm. Want to save 10%? You can pick-up directly from the restaurant. No fun bike delivery, but you’ll save a bit. Enjoy!

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