Fraiche Restaurant in Culver City Will Close in June, Offers Discounted Menu

The owners of Fraiche restaurant in Culver City have confirmed that the eatery will close its doors "some time in late June." Until then both the Culver City and Santa Monica locations are offering a discounted food menu. All you have to do to take advantage of the lower prices -- 30 percent off some dishes and specialty cocktails -- is to print on THIS 'SECRET' MENU and bring it into the restaurant.

After Fraiche closes, the space will be taken over by a new restaurant called Public School, a beer bar and gastropub owned by Grill Concepts, owner/operators of the Daily Grill. There's currently a Public School location at Flower and Sixth in downtown Los Angeles. You can see it's menu, which includes Schezwan Calamair and a Colorado Lamb Burger, HERE.

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