Popular Armature Works' resident, Graze 1910 will have a second location in the heart of South Tampa by the first quarter of 2020. The second location will have a slight name change, too — Graze.
The shortening of the name is the only small thing about the expansion; according to an interview with TBBJ, owner Ray Menendez, believes it is time to extend the brand, menu and be more accessible to the larger community.
“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,” Menendez told the publication.
Graze will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner with weekend brunch offerings. In order to keep the vibes flowing, the aesthetic will be similar to the OG location at Armature Works (white brick, jade green paint and gold accents). The new Graze is at the former space of The Nest, a short-lived breakfast and brunch concept at 2217 S. Dale Mabry Hwy.
We can expect the Graze menu to be loaded with Graze 1910 classics like chicken and waffles, breakfast dishes, burgers with all diets in mind. More details to come as construction begins and the opening date approaches.