The Golden Dish has published a review of Grace.
The menu is intriguing American bistro fare. The concept is hardly ground-breaking but a newly inspired kitchen staff is striking the right culinary chord. Take, for example, a warm escarole salad with crispy sweet breads or local apples with smoked ricotta among some of the starter options. As for main courses, they’re equally compelling, from hanger steak in a mustard beer sauce to seared cod coddled by a watercress emulsion to comfort fare like a loin pork chop with grits and redeye gravy.
One comment on “Review of Grace”
The house made sausage is usually great, comes with a pretzel that’s surprisingly great.
The charcuterie plate is usually great, I think right now it features foie gras terrine and foie gras stuffed trotter, needless to say amazing.
The lobster two ways is great and the chocolate crisp is killer.