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Graze Bar, Brasserie & Chophouse now open in Cirencester

We are pleased to announce that we have opened the doors to another new establishment, the second of 2012 so far. Graze Bar, Brasserie & Chophouse is rising from the beautiful building formally occupied by Harry Hare’s in the centre of Cirencester.

Graze is a vibrant, stylish bar and eaterie with something of a sophisticated feel to it.

Offering great food and drink in a relaxed and sophisticated setting, a recipe with proven success at Graze in Bristol, the considered menu will have wide appeal featuring a range of classic dishes lead by meat and fish choices cooked in a Josper charcoal oven. The regularly changing and seasonal dishes on the specials board use the best of local produce. For example, meat comes from a range of top notch butchers and will always be dry aged, well matured, grass fed beef from a variety of breeds including Aberdeen Angus, Longhorn, White Park, South Devon and Dexter.

And drinks-wise, alongside an extensive wine and top quality spirit list, you can of course expect to find Bath Ales’ great range of ales and ciders. Graze is essentially our take on a modern pub – somewhere to enjoy a pint of great cask ale, munch on some homemade bar snacks, have a simple hearty lunch or eat a sophisticated meal.

Commenting before the launch, retail director Robin Couling said: “Opening Graze in Cirencester is an exciting addition to our growing estate. Our aim is to bring a new vibrant and welcoming bar and restaurant to the town.”

To make a reservation, please call the restaurant direct: 01285 658957. You can also have a look at the main menu.

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