Grazeables will relocate to 406 W. Main St., Tomball, from The Woodlands area and open its first storefront in March, owner Amy Martinez said. The business offers tea sandwiches; Japanese sandos, or fruit sandwiches; mini desserts; and charcuterie platters and boxes. The business also offers grazing tables for events.

"We specialize in edible art," Martinez, a former oncology nurse, said in an interview.

The new retail location will offer charcuterie boxes for pre-order and grab-and-go that include artisan cheeses, cured meats, fresh fruit, veggies, dip, nuts and chocolates. Previously, as the business has been located in an industrial area, Grazeables was only able to cater events and offer pre-orders. Customers coming to the Tomball location will be able to purchase grab-and-go charcuterie boxes from the counter. Customers will be able to call ahead or order online as well and request boxes following dietary restrictions, including gluten free, vegetarian and vegan, she said.

“We’re really excited to have walk-ins," Martinez said.

The business also offers "paw-cuterie," boxes for dogs and cats.

Delivery is offered within a 30-mile radius. As such, Martinez said the business blossomed during the pandemic with clients sending charcuterie boxes to loved ones.

"We kind of became a lifeline ... because people couldn't get out," she said. “We write a handwritten note with every box that we do.”