The laid-back vibe here is for real: Owner-operators Ted and Ingrid Fulmer sold their Big Island restaurant to open this order-at-the-counter café—a casual approach that translates into great value. The compact menu has an island-influenced theme, epitomized by Graze’s fork-tender spareribs laced with smoke and guava. On our visit, delicate albacore was paired with lemony couscous, while thick ruby slices of flat iron steak stacked up with charred broccoli and smashed potatoes. Formerly Shish Kabab Show, Graze’s simple stylish dining room is offset by a sea of patio seating—a great venue for summery salads (that can be upgraded to full meals for just a few bucks). Lunch and dinner Wed.–Sat.