St. Pete loves charcuterie. The artisanal yet simple picnic staple has had a bit of a moment the past few years as more and more folks have sought elevated outdoor dining options in the region. The Grand Central District now has its very own dedicated charcuterie shop courtesy of Graze Craze, which is now open at 2220 Central Avenue.
This shop is the innovator in an attractive food trend sweeping the nation known as “Grazing”. “Grazing allows people the flexibility to eat an entire meal or small portions of food during the course of the day,” writes the ownership. “The grazing style of eating provides you and your guests with a diverse meal plan in the form of a charcuterie style grazing box, platter or table that meets the individual needs and wants of everyone’s personal palate and diet, in relation to those who may have special health or medical eating requirements.”
Graze Craze will deliver charcuterie boards across St. Pete
The food experience here includes a fully accessible concierge grade of customer service. This savory space features “Grazologists.” All Graze Craze customers work with their very own Grazologist whenever they call one of the store locations. A team member will discuss details about the food preparation and style to make the perfect order every time.
Just select the preferred delivery location and you have yourself a perfectly addictive, almost too pretty to eat snack on the go.
Keep up with Graze Craze on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about the concept. Visit the charcuterie hub’s website to place an order. They also operate multiple locations across the US, including a shop in neighboring Tampa.
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