Grist Provisions announces dinner menu, hours


The Grist Practice What you Preach Salad is a favorite menu item. CASE

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The Grist Practice What you Preach Salad is a favorite menu item. CASE

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Credit: Alexis Larsen

And now it’s a place to dine.

On September 6, they posted on Facebook: “Ask and you shall receive! We are launching our dinner menu this weekend. Check out our new hours and dinner offers. We still offer the same relaxed counter service, so we will not be taking reservations.

From Tuesday to Saturday, Grist will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. with lunch served from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and dinner served from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

The kitchen will be closed from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., but they will continue to offer all retail take-out items. Lunch will be served on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and they will be closed on Monday.

Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick have announced a new menu at Restaurant Grist. CONTRIBUTED

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Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick have announced a new menu at Restaurant Grist.  CONTRIBUTED

Credit: Grist

Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick have announced a new menu at Restaurant Grist. CONTRIBUTED

Credit: Grist

Credit: Grist

The menu looks like the stuff of a destination restaurant.

In my two decades of writing, I have rarely chosen to spotlight a new menu that I haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying, but Grist’s food – takeout, takeout and takeaways have been so infallibly delectable and rewarding, that I have no doubt this will be the place to visit before word gets out and you can’t find a seat.

Beginners are:

  • A sourdough burrata seeded with aged balsamic and stone fruit mostarda, a northern Italian condiment made with a mustard flavored syrup mixed with fruit.
  • A grilled calamari salad with pink peaches, charred avocado, roasted hazelnuts, endive and ricotta is something I can’t wait to try.
  • A charred gem salad with mashed egg yolk, smoked trout roe, dill crème fraiche and focaccia crostini looks like a gem.
  • A sweet corn sformato (similar to a soufflé, but less delicate and more versatile topped with heirloom tomato relish, parmesan cheese, truffle mousse and chives.

The pasta showcases the best that Grist has to offer, including a Bolognese made with tagliatelle pasta, a butter-poached prawn, Aleppo pepper capers and nori breadcrumbs with bucatini pasta and a scarpinocc of braised ribs. For vegetarians, there’s black garlic corkscrew fusilli pasta with sugo di funghi, a mushroom sauce, as well as sweet corn agnolotti del plin, a type of ravioli that takes its name from the dialect regional for “pinching” from Piedmont, Italy.

There are also homemade meatballs, a vegetable lasagna with parmesan, caramelized onions, zucchini and pesto as well as a lamb merguez and manchego pie.

I’m salivating at the thought.

Desserts are indoor milk chocolate s’mores with smoked caramel ice cream, creme fraiche and honey panna cotta with compressed rhubarb, toasted almonds, tarragon and warm madeleines and tart with caramelized lemon and pine nuts.

Grist is well known for changing their menu regularly which is a wonderful thing, so it will be exciting to see how this latest evolution of their business develops.

As I wrote last month about the food the Van Voorhis team has been producing for several years from their various kitchens, “You never know what you’re going to find, but you always know it’s going to be Well.”

Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick offer dine-in and take-out at their restaurant, Grist. CONTRIBUTED.

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Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick offer dine-in and take-out at their restaurant, Grist.  CONTRIBUTED.

Credit: Grist

Casey Van Voorhis and her husband Patrick offer dine-in and take-out at their restaurant, Grist. CONTRIBUTED.

Credit: Grist

Credit: Grist

I really haven’t had anything I didn’t like from Grist over the years.

I may not have tried their new dinner options yet, but one thing is for sure – I will soon and there is no doubt in my mind that I will enjoy it.

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How to get there

What: Grist

Where: 46 W. 5th St., Dayton

More information: 937-802-4544 or http://eatgrist.com


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