Graydon’s Crossing offers what it calls “global” and that’s the truth! Simple appetizers like avocado toast (Brooklyn?) to a Soba bowl with tofu (Japan) or a BBQ jackfruit sandwich with fried okra and pickles (the South), or a Thai salad (Thailand, obviously) are all on the menu – a menu that is clearly marked with your options. Specials rotate weekly and there usually is one vegan (or easily veganized) special of the week – drink specials are offered daily.
Graydon’s makes an effort to source ingredients locally when possible which is always a bonus.
While the menu offers something for everyone, Graydon’s is a pub after all. So an extensive drink list, especially the beer, are worth the trip.
Overall, the atmosphere at Graydon’s is enjoyable. The long bar and wooden booths offer an inviting place to meet friends for a drink and a bite. In the warmer months, the patio is a nice place to relax after a long day at work. Shelves full of board games are available in the back can keep you occupied if your company doesn’t.