The Jacoby’s Restaurant and Mercantile group helmed by owner Adam Jacoby and his husband, creative director/designer Kris Swift, didn’t have to look far for a space for its second concept.
They opened Grizzelda’s this week at 105 Tillery St., across East Cesar Chavez Street from their original ranch-inspired restaurant. Led by executive chef Albert Gonzalez, also of Jacoby’s Grizzelda’s, serves a mix of interior and coastal Mexican food, as well as Tex-Mex. The menu includes snapper ceviche with nopales and crispy jalapeno, tuna tostadas with crispy shallots, Puerco pibil tacos, and beef dishes sourced from the Jacoby family ranch, like picadillo, and braised short rib.
Grizzelda’s, which took over the former Taqueria Los Jaliscienses space, is open Wednesday-Sunday for dinner.