Graze Craze offers custom charcuterie board dining options in Plano

Each Graze Craze board can be customized and comes with a variety of add-on options. (Courtesy Graze Craze)
Each Graze Craze board can be customized and comes with a variety of add-on options. (Courtesy Graze Craze)

Each Graze Craze board can be customized and comes with a variety of add-on options. (Courtesy Graze Craze)

Graze Craze, a pickup and delivery dining concept, opened its first location in Plano this February. Located at 1101 Ohio Drive, Ste. 116, the menu features a variety of charcuterie board-style items designed for “grazing,” according to the company’s website. The boards come with a variety of meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, mixed nuts and more. Each board can be customized and comes with a variety of add-on options. According to the company website, Graze Craze was started by Kerry Sylvester, a U.S. Air Force veteran who spent years working in the food industry. The Plano franchise is owned and operated by Rob Salinas and is the first in Texas. The company website states other locations are slated to open in Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston. 469-814-0341. www.grazecraze.com


By Erick Pirayesh
Erick Pirayesh joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2021. He is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado Journalism and Media Studies program. He previously served as editor-in-chief of The Channels student newspaper in Santa Barbara, California.