Capitol Square restaurant Graze to offer brunch, lunch, expanded menu 

According to the Wisconsin State Journal, Graze, a small-plate restaurant on the Capitol Square, has announced its resumption of brunch and lunch service along with changes to its menu.  

When Graze reopened following its pandemic shutdown, the restaurant focused on limited menu items. New menu items going forward will be inspired by two of owner Tory Miller’s former businesses, Sujeo — a pan-Asian restaurant — and Estrellón — an upscale, Spanish-influenced restaurant. Some menu items will be removed as well.  

Miller, also executive chef and co-owner of adjoining restaurant L’Etoile, hopes to hire five new employees for the Graze kitchen, including two preppers and three line cooks, as well as two dishwashers, four or five new servers, and a bartender. Graze is closed this week for employee training and a building refresh, including painting and new décor.