Graze 1910 announces second location in South Tampa

Photo of avocado toast topped with a fried egg

Graze 1910 is a standout restaurant at Armature Works in Tampa Heights. I serves up one of the best brunches in the entire region. Sink your teeth into a smoked salmon eggs benny, or a hearty breakfast sandwich and you’ll know exactly why.

Graze is ready to grow. The owners have announced that they’re opening a second location in South Tampa at 2217 S Dale Mabry Highway in the Palma Ceia neighborhood this February.

The best brunch has arrived in South Tampa

The new location on S Dale Mabry will carry an extended menu in comparison to the original market-hall concept at Armature Works and will include comfort foods such as classic egg dishes, award-winning artisan burgers, chicken and waffles, tartines, greens and grains, and vegan options. Service will be quick-serve with community and general seating.

โ€œAfter two years of success with Graze 1910 at Armature Works, we decided it was time to extend the brand, expand the menu and attract more families and locals,โ€ says Raymond Menendez, owner of Graze. โ€œGraze is community-minded and the spot youโ€™ll come to time and time again not only for our reliably, quality food, but our laid-back setting and welcoming atmosphere.โ€

Chic new design for Graze

Lawrence โ€œBubbaโ€ Durley, the Graze 1910 head chef, previously with Oxford Exchange and Cafรฉ Dufrain, will oversee both Graze kitchen locations and continue to be the creative menu advisor. Lauren Menendez, a commercial interior designer at CI Group, is behind the throwback vibe of the 2,700-square-foot eatery. Her design vision includes white-washed brick, brass accents, jade green millwork, and classic elements. “My goal is to maintain a comfortable setting that also exudes effortless elegance,โ€ says Lauren Menendez, Owner of Graze.

To be honest, I’m just excited for another spot nearer to me where I can grab a giant spicy chicken sandwich.

Vegan and gluten-free options

The Graze burger is almost a must try, in addition to their slew of vegan options. You can see a full menu online.

Need something more savory to whet your appetite? Follow Graze 1910 on Instagram.

Written by Andrew Harlan

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