Bryce Grant (c.1837 - 1 December 1916) was a draper and politician.
Born in Wellington, Shropshire, he was the son of Alexander Grant, a draper, and his wife Mary Ann, both born in Scotland.
By 1861 he had moved to London and was a draper's assistant in Marylebone.
In 1870 he married Emily Elizabeth English and by 1871 he had established his own business as a master draper and settled in Penge in the suburbs of London.
He was briefly a member of the London County Council when he was elected to fill a casual vacancy in the representation of Camberwell, Dulwich, sitting as a Moderate Party councillor. He did not defend the seat at the next regular council election in March 1901.