The restaurant had a slow but steady demise after initial raves when Jason Travi was in the kitchen.
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The beer-centered gastro-pub comes from the founder of Grill on the Alley.
The restaurant confirms it's going to be replaced by a Public School concept like the one Downtown.
More surprisingly, the Santa Monica location of Fraiche is still in existence.
The former Petrossian executive chef plans a shifting menu of Mediterranean roots and sterling product.
Fraiche Santa Monica could use a boost, but it might not come from this recent "Curbed Your Enthusiasm."
The former Petrossian chef goes into catering, though we can't imagine he won't return to restaurants.
Benjamin Bailly and Ricardo Zarate prepare to cook side-by-side this month.
Brad A. Johnson also takes a look at the refreshed Fraiche, with much nicer things to say than The L.A. Times.
If he spends as much time on the food as he does on his goatee, he might actually make it more than the usual handful of months.
The latest rumor includes the possible involvement of SBE. Groan!
The days are numbered for L.A.'s pop-up phenomenon, but a great line-up is providing its swan song.
Gold drops a few big names from his annual list of must-eats, while L.A. Times likes The Yard, but still gives it just one-and-a-half stars.
The Petrossian chef could reinvigorate a restaurant that's lost its dazzle after losing its founding chef.
The L.A. Weekly critic will pick one winner for 52 different restaurants gift-certificates to support The Virgina Project.
A study of garlic and asparagus reveals eating's effect on your smell, while Google Patents include some strange new food recipes.
The former Fraiche chef debuts a new menu in Costa Mesa and a mysterious tragedy befalls carp.
Members get a 20% discount and all proceeds go to gala Back to the Beach Dinner.
The former chef at Fraiche returns from his sabbatical.
A gastropub/bistro is coming to Culver City's departed Crest House.