Public School 310, which will take over the old Fraiche premises, which closed its doors this spring, finally has an official opening date.
The full service restaurant/bar concept focusing on “An Education in the Art of Beer and Food” will open at the corner of Culver Boulevard and Main Street on Dec. 10 and not on Dec. 6 as originally stated.
PS 310 will offer a bar with 24 beers on draught – all microbrews and the restaurant now has a resident beer expert - Tate Kline - will select the beers and rotating taps and suggest beer pairings to guests.
And yes, in case you were wondering, the restaurant plans to participate in downtown Culver City's Third Wednesday events.
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Chef Phil Kastel is already hard at work on the eatery’s menu. Some of his dishes include:
- Roasted Poblano with Quinoa: black beans, squash, mozzarella, toasted pepitas, adobo sauce, lime crema with cilantro lime rice.
- Cioppino: manilla clams, mussels, shrimp, crab, scallops, seafood broth, grilled levain.
- Dragoons Irish Stout Short Rib: horseradish Yukon mash, caramelized onion aujus.
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