Goode Co.’s Armadillo Palace is Back on the Saddle
Goode Company's Armadillo Palace has reopened for in-restaurant dining after being partially open with limited menu options due to COVID-19.
The beloved Armadillo Palace is a celebration of true Texas food, music, and culture. Known for its live music and on-fire barbecue pits, the restaurant combines "the communal atmosphere of a traditional Texas ranch house with outdoor dining, dance, and entertainment space," according to their Facebook.
Since reopening, the restaurant has expanded its menu, after serving a limited selection of light bites this past year, and has a lineup for live music for the month of October 一 including The Last Bandoleros, Jon Wolfe, and Clay Hollis.
The new menu includes a Redfish Taco, made with crispy beer-battered fish with pineapple habanero salsa, cabbage slaw, pico de gallo, and crema.
In addition, items from the Goode Bird fried chicken pop-up concept during COVID-19 will also make an appearance. Butter Biscuits which were served at the Goode Bird pop-up are making a comeback, along with Blue Ribbon Deviled Eggs, Bartlet BLT, and Tomato Salads, Elote Style Creamed Corn, and Red Beans & Rice.
Items returning to the menu are the Heritage Pork Chop, Goode's Campechana Extra, Bacon Cheddar Grits, and Seasonal Cobbler.
Alongside the Palace's reopening, the sister spot, Orange Blossom Bar's is also open again with a wide variety of Bourbon and whiskey.
Goode Co.'s Armadillo Palace is open for in-person dining and private events. 5015 Kirby Drive.