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Yup! We take reservations over the phone (519-514-1820) for every day except Friday and Saturday.
We have a large seasonal patio to accommodate parties of up to 8 at a single table. Due to weather and the organic nature of outdoor dining patterns, the patio is first come first serve.
Our Kodisoft Digital Smart Tables are the first of their kind in North America. You can see what's on our menu and place your order directly from the table. There are many games and puzzles to entertain you, a camera to watch the kitchen or brewery in real-time, and the ability to view and share photos with your friends and family. It is definitely worth the time to say you have used one of these amazing pieces of technology!
Our interactive tables are suitable for up for 4 people.
Your server will take the time to explain how to order in detail, but the amazing part is that you can take your time, scroll through our food and beverage offerings, and see what you will be receiving before you order – a picture is worth a thousand words! Your food will come out as you order it, individually, unless you specify to your server that you wish to have all of your meals come at the same time. Please note that the closer your whole party orders together, the quicker your order will be sent to the kitchen.
It’s no secret that we’re very much inspired by hip-hop, more specifically hip-hop from the 80’s and early 90’s. You can check out our menu for a glimpse at how obsessed we actually are. That said, we play a variety of music in our space throughout the day, all of which is hand selected by our Culinary Director, and resident DJ, Brian McCourt.
It’s true, we have a market and all of our customers are welcome to come by an grab an assortment of freshly made to-go items, produce, dry goods, dairy, local retail items and even vinyl records!
Yes! All our pastas and sandwiches can be made with gluten-friendly noodles and buns. A lot of our entrees are already gluten-friendly! Pork Chop, Salmon, Steak Frites, Spittin Chicken, Arugula Salad, Carrot Salad, Beet Salad, Nachos, Daily Soup, Gouda Fries
Absolutely! Here are a few of them:
Gouda Fries, Nachos with no Chicken, Gnocchi, Arugula Salad, Carrot Salad, Beet Salad, Margherita Pizza, Mushroom Pizza...No bacon, Mom’s Spaghetti, Tipsy Pasta
Not just yet but we can always craft something special should you choose to dine with us.
Detroit-style pizza is a style of pizza developed in Detroit, Michigan. It is a rectangular pizza that has a thick crisp crust and toppings such as pepperoni and mushrooms. What makes Detroit-style pizza different from Chicago and New York styles is the crust, which is extra thick and very crispy on the bottom. The square shaped pizza is the result of being baked in a square pan, which is often not a pizza pan, industrial parts trays are often used, which were originally made to hold small parts in factories. The crust of a Detroit-style pizza is occasionally twice-baked, and it is usually baked in a well-oiled pan to a chewy medium-well-done state that gives the bottom and edges of the crust a fried or crunchy texture. Some parlours will apply melted butter with a soft brush prior to baking. The resulting pizza has a chewy texture. A Brief History of Detroit Style Pizza The origins of "Detroit-style" pizza can be traced back historically to Buddy's Rendezvous in 1946, which later became Buddy's Pizza. Over the next several decades, the chain grew and developed, cooks moved on, and in some cases, they opened their own pizzerias. Cloverleaf, which was later founded by Gus Guerra as an Italian restaurant in Eastpointe, serves Detroit Style Pan Pizza as does Luigi's "the Original", the Shield's Pizza chain, and Loui's Pizza in Hazel Park. In 2009, both Buddy's Detroit-style square pizza and Luigi's "the Original" of Harrison Township were singled out as two of the 25 best pizzas in America by GQ magazine food critic Alan Richman.
All our ingredients are locally sourced and are never frozen!
Some of our suppliers include: Springbank Cheese – Woodstock, Local Dairy – Ingersol, Ontario Harvest – Rockwood, Farm Craft Organics - Fergus, St. Jacobs Farmers Market, Ph Milling – Cambridge, Eby Manor, Shootboss, Southern Pride, Thornloe Cheese, Mountain Oak Cheese, Hewitt’s Dairy, Stemmler’s, Elmira’s Own Tomatoes, Four Quarters Butcher Shop
We sure do! All kids 10 and under can order and all meals include one soft drink and a scoop of Four All Ice Cream for dessert.
For the night owls out there, we offer a late-night menu from Thursday-Saturday after 11pm.
Mix Tape is our weekday pop-up lunch that offers a variety of grab & go meals created by our culinary team here at Graffiti Market. Want to find out what we're offering on a weekly basis? >> Click here to subscribe to our Mix Tape Menu Newsletter.
Beer & Coffee!
Red Circle Brewing Co. is on-site at Graffiti Market. Run by Brewmaster Brett Croft, we brew everything in house, including our Core Four beers; Belmont Village Blonde Ale, Night Shift Coffee Porter, Iron Horse Trail IPA and Crystal Park Pilsner. All beers can be purchased in can or growler for take home, along with Red Circle Brewing Co merchandise!
Red Circle Coffee Co.is a coffee roaster and café right across the hall by the main doors where, with the guidance of our Roastmaster Graham Braun, they roast their own coffee and bake their own pastries and breads on site. We serve their coffee, Red Circle Brewing uses their roast in the Night Shift Coffee Porter, and their breads are used in the market and on our menu.
Absolutely. We sell our Core Four - Belmont Village Blonde Ale, Crystal Park Pilsner, Iron Horse Trail IPA and Night Shift Coffee Porter - in both cans and growlers, and our seasonal and limited batch selections in growlers as well!
If you're looking for coffee, you can grab some bags from our market, or head over to Red Circle Coffee Co. for a wider selection.
You sure can! That said, Graffiti Market/Red Circle Brewing Co. has the right to refuse growler fills should the growler not be in clean and undamaged condition.
Empty Red Circle Brewing Co. growlers are returnable at our Beer Shop for a $10.00 refund, provided it is in clean and undamaged condition. Graffiti Market/Red Circle Brewing Co. has the right to refuse a growler refund should the growler be in unsaleable condition.
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