Plano will be the first Texas location of a charcuterie store called Graze Craze which will feature handcrafted ingredients as well as vegetarian options according to a Central Track article from March 16 which reports,
“A charcuterie concept called Graze Craze opened its first Texas establishment in Plano — just in time for picnic season. The concept offers up a variety of completely customizable charcuterie boards with options of fruits, vegetables, cheese, crackers, meats and sweets. Menu items are handcrafted with house-made breads, dips, jams, and fresh produce. There are also vegetarian and keto options, so there’s something on the menu for every charcuterie lover. Graze Craze’s charcuterie boards serve from 4 to 10 people, but if you’re looking to treat yourself the eatery’s got you covered with single-serving grazing boxes and cups. Catering services are available, too.”
While the main founder Kerry Sylvester is not the one running the location, Rob Salina will be taking the spotlight for Graze Craze according to a Dallas Morning News article from March 10. They say,
“Originally founded in Oklahoma by a U.S. Air Force veteran, Graze Craze is now part of the United Franchise Group, and the Plano store is run by franchisee Rob Salinas.
“There is something special about having the opportunity to serve others,” Salinas said in a press release. “We love to see how excited our customers get when they receive their personalized grazing boards, and we’re happy to provide beautiful charcuterie displays, crafted with high-quality ingredients that will please anyone’s palate.”
Graze Craze is located at 1101 Ohio Drive, Suite 116, in Plano. There is free local delivery, and the storefront is open for pick-ups from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Another Graze Craze in University Park is coming soon. grazecraze.com. Place online orders through Toast Tab.”
Texas is the fourth location of Graze Craze after setting up in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Florida and Utah. However, the owners of Graze Craze are currently expanding to Houston as well as University Park as they hope to get more famous and successful with the pandemic’s end almost in sight.