Fresh • Seasonal • Sharable
graze 1 (grz)
v. grazed, graz·ing, graz·es
1. To feed on growing grasses and herbage.
a. To eat a variety of appetizers as a full meal.
b. To eat snacks throughout the day in place of full meals.
GRAZE, a place where neighbors can meet, eat and drink! Our menu is rooted in local seasonal flavors, palatable pours and regional brews all fused together to create a unique culinary and dining experience. The arrangement of the tables and the seating encourages conversation and fun - a sense that this is a community gathering. The menu is set up the same way. A meal here might be one or two items for one person or several items served up to share with companions or your neighbor seated at the bar.
Congratulations to Chef Richard Miller and his culinary team for winning the Triad's Competition Dining Series on July 7, 2015.
L-R GRAZE Restaurant's culinary team: Sous Chef Tim Gallione, Chef de Cuisine Richard Miller and Twin City Quarter Executive Chef Kevin Woods.
Salute! NC Wine CelebrationWe were so happy to have Winston-Salem's own Joyce Farms and Shore Farms Organics with us at the Food & Wine University tent as Chef Richard Miller from Graze Restaurant demonstrated a dish with all local main ingredients. Joyce Farm's Naked Beef Flank steak was amazing with seasonal Shore Farms produce. Goodness grows in NC, ya’ll. Click here for recipe.