n. An imaginary boundary that separates urban sophisticates from those with simple, traditional, or uncultured tastes.
I don’t recall those behind the goat cheese curtain getting outraged when the Liars Party wanted to gag the media.
At 2am every Saturday Mark Weston loads up his car with cheese and milk, and slips behind the “goat cheese curtain” — the clientele of weekend markets spread throughout Perth, 450 kilometres south of his Bookara Goat Dairy.
Might I suggest that you come out from behind the goat's-cheese curtain, take some leave, jump in your Eurochic ride and actually leave the city limits and spend some time outside.
Generally the suburbanistas live beyond the Goat's Cheese Curtain, an imaginary line of urban sophistication that encircles the CBD at a radius of between 5km and 10km, depending on the city.
Many thanks to David Astle for spying this phrase.