Graze Kitchenette is a new concept from two longtime industry friends: award-winning chef Sarah Jordan (GT Fish & Oyster, Cicchetti, Johnny’s Grill) and front-of-house industry vet and Kendall College alum Mason Edelson (Lettuce Entertain You, GT Fish & Oyster). Revival Food Hall serves as the launching pad for this chef-driven, fast-casual concept, which serves Burgers & Bowls, two health-conscious yet contrasting menu offerings. Jordan—whose Johnny’s Grill burger has received raves from the Chicago Tribune—brings her burger skills downtown, with a better-for-you burger featuring local, grass-fed, antibiotic-free, non-GMO beef served on a brioche bun with a la carte toppings. Bowls are composed of light yet satisfying plant-based ingredients, including an acai bowl with berries, coconut and granola, and an avocado macha bowl with mango, pomegranate, coconut, lime and granola. Additional menu items include a chef-driven egg sandwich on a biscuit roll with pickled shallots and tomato jam. The drink menu includes La Colombe cold-brew bottles, a seasonal beer and Spirit iced teas, exclusive to Graze Kitchenette.
Graze Kitchenette at Revival
Graze Kitchenette will serve a menu centered around both Burgers & Bowls. Using thin patties of 100 percent grass-fed, antibiotic-free, non-GMO beef served on a brioche bun with fries, guests can enjoy their DIY their burgers with a la carte toppings. The bowls are composed of satisfying fruits, granola and other energizing ingredients such as an acai bowl with berries, coconut, cacao nibs and granola, as well as a banana cashew bowl with maca, goji berry, coconut, hemp seeds, lime and granola. Drinks come courtesy of local vendors with a seasonal beer from Middle Brow Beer, cold-brew La Colombe bottles, and SPIRIT sparkling iced tea on draft, exclusive to Graze, counted among the offerings.