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Two Stars for Graft in Grayson

Graft.
Graft.

For the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Jenny Turknett reviews Graft, which opened this summer in Grayson, GA. Turknett is pleased that Graft, with its organic garden and edible landscaping that provide the restaurant with produce like eggplant and chard, is a departure from the mostly chain options in the surrounding area, but she recommends that diners, too, come from within a ten to twelve mile radius— its not worth the trek from inside the perimeter quite yet. In part, this is because of things like the "flabby" wings and "haylike" fried leeks that pop up on the menu, but Turknett does like the brisket and the fresno pepper-topped chicken. She ends her review favorably, saying, "All in all, it's an ambitious — and admirable — undertaking for this ZIP code."

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Graft

516 Grayson Parkway, Grayson, GA

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