Eat Here

Growth Chains: Eat Here

Casual-dining concept with fine-dining roots emphasizes chef-driven small plates.

The first page of Eat Here’s Sarasota, Fla., menu opens with the following greeting: “Welcome. The happiest countries on Earth have in common a culture of sharing meals. We hope that Eat Here’s focus on small plates for tasting and sharing lends itself to a happy evening.”

Then the menu gets down to business, outlining this growing casual-dining chain’s moderately priced, chef-crafted food.

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