“We are most passionate about taking care of our guests. Frasca is incredibly rooted in the Boulder community. We work with and support the education system in the Boulder community, and use local suppliers for the menu – from Buckner Farms family lamb, to all the great farmers that we work with, there’s nothing like summertime in Boulder when our walk-in cooler is overflowing with great vegetables.”
Frico caldo; risotto Milanese; shrimp crudo.
No Colorado restaurant has commanded as much of the national spotlight as Frasca Food & Wine. The celebrated homage to Italy’s Friuli region is known as much for its unmatched fine dining service and singular wine program as it is for its food. Northern Italian food is inherently seasonal, and the type of roadside establishment for which this restaurant is named deals in simple, regional food. So Frasca’s menus – four courses, or a traditional Friulian tasting experience – change frequently, and they champion what’s available from farmers in the Boulder Valley in addition to meticulously sourced imports.
Despite its national billing, Frasca remains deeply rooted in Boulder’s community; it provides one of the most serious hospitality training experiences in the region.
“Bobby Stuckey guides the most thoughtful service team in America; soulful northeastern Italian dishes and a profoundly deep wine list make for euphoric dinners.” –Bill Addison, Eater
Fine dining restaurant based on the cuisine of Friuli-Venezia Giulia in Northeast Italy