Grace and Abe's hostesses
Grace and Abe's coctails
Grace and Abe's people toasting with beer

Old Meets New

At Grace & Abe’s you’ll be inspired to experience flavors from old and new
while relaxing in our avant-garde eatery and pub.

Be mesmerized by our copper wood-fired oven and the ballet dance of the kitchen. Enjoy an array of Neapolitan-style pies and traditional pub food, all hand-crafted and made with high-quality fresh ingredients – with a flair.

We welcome families of all sizes, couples on date night, friends and coworkers alike. Anyone out to unwind and enjoy a fantastic meal.

Grace and Abe's Bar

Experience a mash-up of industrial with the natural world in our speakeasy bar. Try our signature cocktails inspired by your grandfather’s drink but prepared with you in mind.

Grace and Abe's taps

Enjoy a hand-crafted Abe’s Ales or 7 Sins Brewery beer – choose from styles that span the 1800s through today including common ales, porters, wheats, stouts, American, Belgian and IPA ales.

    review rating 5  Great service. Excellent food. Decent beer. Would love to come back asap!

    thumb Carra Miller

    review rating 3  This was our first time here, place wasn't busy at all, maybe 3 other tables were full. Two of us went for dinner. Doors were open to the outside which was very nice. We were seated right away, waitress took our drink orders but came back to take our food order and didn't bring the unsweetened iced teas we ordered. After a few more minutes we did get our drinks. Food came out in a reasonable amount of time. My Cobb salad was delicious, order two dressings if you don't like dry salad. The wood fried wings were different but also good. Waitress didn't come by to check on us, we had to stop her and ask for a refill. Which I think she brought back sweet tea when I reminded her it was unsweetened tea. We also had to go up to the counter and get another blue cheese ourselves. Maybe she was very new to waiting tables? Other than that, we would definitely dine again. 3.5 stars.

    thumb Melody Ann

    review rating 5  They're about a mile and a half from the highway, but worth the short trip. The burgers are great, I recommend "The Whole Hog". They have a good selection of 11" pizzas and the appetizers look very good but I haven't ordered any yet. They also offer build your own burger and build your own pizza options. The beers are varied, all made by the same brewery, they also have a fine selection of cocktails. Great spot just off the main drag of town, the front of the building is two garage doors that are wide open in nice weather, and a downstairs area with its own bar.

    thumb Russ Edwards