'Public School' Restaurant Coming to Former Site of Fraiche in Culver City

This week, LA Eater confirms what I reported in May -- that the restaurant space formerly occupied by Fraiche on Washington Blvd in downtown Culver City will be replaced by a new restaurant called Public School -- a beer bar and gastropub owned by Grill Concepts, owner/operators of the Daily Grill. The new restaurant will be redesigned in "an overall nostalgic classroom aesthetic" and ready to open in early November.

There's currently a Public School location at Flower and Sixth in downtown Los Angeles. The menu is available on-line through Urban Spoon, and includes items such as Schezwan Calamari and a Colorado Lamb Burger.


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Comment by Scupine on September 14, 2012 at 5:38pm

Good call, Crystal.

Comment by Crystal Covington on September 14, 2012 at 4:37pm

The absolute last thing needed in that spot is another gastropub.  We have one of the best in the City at Fords and City Taven new on the scene.  How about some Chinese or Asian food downtown?

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