Cabrito is a stewed or grilled dish made from a young goat, according to Delighted Cooking.
Originally from Latin America, the dish has become popular in Texas and other American Southwest states due to heavy Latin American influence.
Although cabrito is more popular, few restaurants serve it. Several restaurants in each of Texas' larger cities serve the dish, according to Texas Monthly
Restaurants serve meat in various ways. It can be made into fajitas at Javier's in Dallas or roasted on metal spits at El Hidalguense in Houston.
Once newcomers know what to expect, the meat is delicious. Google Maps shows dozens of Texan restaurants.
Try cabrito the next time you order brisket or a burger.