West Vancouver’s “Fraîche” To Ring In New Years With Veuve

December 15, 2010 

Chef Dino Renaerts has left his executive role at Diva at the Met to helm Fraiche and Crave Beachside

Executive Chef Dino Renaerts of Crave Beachside and Fraîche gets cooking for Father's Day on the North Shore

News From Scout supporters Fraîche

West Vancouver, BC | This New Year’s Eve we have 2 fantastic ways to enjoy the night. You can choose to ring in the new year with sultry jazz and Veuve Clicquot, or you can come for our early dinner designed to get you out in time for another party. Either way, your choices are delicious! Our Early Seating features a 4 course gourmet dinner with selections like Beef Tenderloin or Sablefish, and a glass of Domaine Chandon for $75 per person. Click here for the full menu.

The Gala Dinner features 5 courses, a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne at midnight, sultry jazz from the trio at Dave Ivaz Music, and lots of party favours! This menu features Oysters, Blue Cheese Soufflé, Beef Tenderloin, Sablefish, and more, all for only $125 per person. Click here for the full menu.

About Fraîche

The team behind Fraîche strives to create an exceptional dining experience of both calibre and comfort – their mission is to create memorable, interesting cuisine that is seasonal and regional in a welcoming setting. Fraîche’s subtle elegance makes it versatile for every occasion – from brunch to business lunches and after work drinks to romantic dinners and celebrations of all sorts. Fraîche was awarded Gold for Best North Shore Restaurant in this year’s Vancouver Magazine Restaurant Awards following it’s Silver win in 2009. The restaurant has achieved numerous glowing reviews from Greater Vancouver food media and was named one of Canada’s Top Ten Best New Restaurants of 2008 by enRoute Magazine. The restaurant’s panoramic cityscape views complement Chef Dino Renaerts’s inspired cooking, as does the impressive service, top notch wine list and lovely little extras.


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