Grace Kitchen opened over the weekend, giving U Village peeps a downright classy place to grab coffee, lunch, dinner or a glass of wine post-spending spree. Today is the first day the for the restaurant's regular hours; Grace opens each day at 7 a.m. with Stumptown coffee and Macrina pastries, and serves food and drinks until 10 p.m.
That food, by the way, is a menu of "upscale comfort food" developed by none other than Poppy chef Jerry Traunfeld and executed by chef Cal Fairbanks. The former Zao Noodle Bar location also benefited from a major makeover. A hutch by the entrance also offers individual cookies and pastries for sale, and the dining room is full of high-backed wooden booths and large windows.
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