Grit and Grace is now another BRGR location (owned by the Spoon folks). Salad and fries were both very yummy.
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I LOVE Grit & Grace and I'm so very sad I didn't get there earlier, since it's now closed. We went there JUST before they closed, which means we only got to visit it once. I hope they put another cool restaurant in there and...More
I had the best Sunday brunch here. I ate a kimchi pancake with fried chicken thighs. I have never had such an interesting combination and it was fabulous! I would order this over and over again. Such a good tasting brunch and was able to...More
So we have been to grit and grace several times. Have always liked it. Small and cute. The bartenders are always great. Knowledgeable friendly and good service. This time out visit was the same, the bartender was great. Unfortunately the rest of our experience was...More
The place is small but worth the wait and crowds. The menu items offered are unique and creative. Don't miss this if you can get in.
The dim sum was really tasty - we had the pork belly bites and the general tsao's cauliflower, and was really surprised how good they both were! The dan dan noodles were excellent - great flavors and nice sized portion, definitely go hungry. My sister...More
Stayed at the Fairmont across the street and had dinner here one night. It was quiet and unassuming when we arrived for an early dinner, but had picked up by the time we were finished. Highly recommend the small bites and shareable plates. The steamed...More
We were invited to Grit& Grace Noodles by a friend not knowing exactly what to expected. As I walked through the door, the aromas spoke to me and I knew I was in for yummy taste experience. The genre is Asian street food, which means...More
This is the second time I wanted to try this place and they said the order was never received after I called over an hour later... What is really crazy is I got a text saying the order would be at my place in 15...More