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Sarah Jordan’s Burgers and Superfood Bowls Coming to Revival Food Hall

The National in the Loop snags another star chef

The slow parade of vendors at forthcoming Revival Food Hall comes to a crescendo with Graze Kitchenette, a “burgers and bowls” concept by chefs Sarah Jordan and Mason Edelson. Jordan and Edelson — a yin gang yang duo of sorts — met while working at GT Fish & Oyster. They combine to present two health conscious — yet contrasting — menus offering superfood smoothie bowls starting at 7 a.m. and grass-fed, antibiotic-free burgers until 7 p.m.

The burgers will be similar to the now-famous ones served at Jordan’s Johnny’s Grill, with a health-conscious twist. Each features 100-percent grass-fed, antibiotic-free, non-GMO beef served on a brioche bun with customizable toppings and a side of fries. Bowls range from an energizing acai bowl with berries, coconut, cacao nibs and granola to a filling banana-cashew bowl with maca, goji berry, coconut, hemp seeds, lime and granola. Graze will also offer egg sandwiches served on biscuits with pickled shallots and tomato jam as well as a local drink selection including Middle Brow Beer, cold-brew La Colombe coffee, and SPIRIT sparkling iced tea.

Graze is the latest to join the likes of Antique TacoFurious Spoon, and Danke at the food hall that’s opening this summer.