First Look: Grace Chicken + Fish in The Grove
Night owls in The Grove have a new spot to curb their hunger after hours. Grace Chicken + Fish, the new late-night takeout spot from Rick and Elisa Lewis of Grace Meat + Three (4270 Manchester Ave.), opened oh-so-quietly Friday, Sept. 27, a week ahead of schedule.
Though it’s a separate concept, Grace Chicken + Fish shares the Grace Meat + Three space. It’s a window on the Tower Grove Avenue side of the building where patrons can order from a menu that includes portable fried bites like chicken tenders, catfish, buttermilk shrimp, tofu and wings. (Everything can be ordered by the pound to feed a hungry group, too.)
Each protein can be customized with 10 different sauces, like jalapeno ranch, sweet gochujang and garlic-Buffalo blue cheese. Other late-night snack options include hand pies, a variety of fries and sides like mac and cheese, creamy coleslaw and dill pickles.
Currently Grace Chicken + Fish is open Friday and Saturday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., and the Lewises said those times will likely expand down the line. Seating is available outside at picnic tables. Here’s a look at what late-night diners in The Grove can dig into this weekend.
Matt Sorrell is a staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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