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.

“After 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,” says Raymond Menendez, owner of Graze. “Graze is community-minded and the spot you’ll come to time and time again not only for our reliably, quality food, but our laid-back setting and welcoming atmosphere.”

Chic new design for Graze

Lawrence “Bubba” Durley, the Graze 1910 head chef, previously with Oxford Exchange and Café 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,” 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.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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