Author Archives: Lisa
Beginning on Monday, June 1, Grace and Little Red Wasp will begin using Alto Delivery Service. This service has been in Dallas for a bit and it’s moving west to now service Fort Worth as well. They are an upscale
We will be closed on Saturday, July 4 to spend time with our families. We wish you a safe and relaxing holiday!
Join us every day from 4pm – 6pm for half-off bubbles by the glass!
Enjoy wines selected by our sommeliers. The wines are paired with light bites every Wednesday. Join us! This event is typically $10/person plus tax and gratuity for 2 glasses of selected wines perfectly paired with 2 light bites. 4p.m. to
Although born in Hollywood, California, Graeme grew up in rural Colorado on a farm where cooking was a necessity for lack of restaurant dining options. He went on to study culinary arts at Scottsdale Culinary Institute Le Cordon Bleu before
Steve’s love of food started at home with his parents. Originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan, he moved to Texas in 2005. His first job in Texas was as a baker at Southwestern Seminary where he remained until 2008, learning about
Lioneel was born in San Francisco and raised in Fort Worth. His passion for the restaurant business began at Outback Steakhouse when he was 15 years old. He began as a busboy and worked on the line in the kitchen,
Daniel Miller has joined the team at Grace after spending over 10 years in the hospitality industry in Fort Worth. Daniel has devoted much of the last decade to studying liquor, beer, food and wine. He loves to share that information
Lisa fell in love with the restaurant industry in 1988 working as a hostess in Austin while attending the University of Texas. After school, loving the intensity and fast pace of the business, Lisa joined Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen and became