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The Tradition of Authentic Hospitality - The Frasca

Historically found throughout the northeastern Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, frascas were friendly and informal gathering places, a destination for farmers, friends, and families to share a meal and a bottle of wine. Identified by a tree branch hanging over a doorway portal, they were a symbol of local cuisine, wine, and warm hospitality.

Today, that spirit of welcoming in strangers is seen in takeout pizzas, decanting wine, crumbing a table, shaking a cocktail.

Hospitality for All

On the back door of our Boulder restaurants, you’ll see a hand painted sign that says “Hospitality for All”. To us, hospitality for all means inclusion for our employees, guests and communities, and value for their diverse perspectives and contributions.

We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all, identifying groups who need our support, showing generosity with our resources, and offering empathy when receiving their stories.                       

It also means that we believe in the power of hospitality at FHG. Hospitality is not just reserved for fine dining, or even our industry alone. Hospitality has the power to transform communities, companies, and politics. 

More Than a Restaurant

At FHG, we believe we’re more than restaurants.

We hold ourselves accountable to provide them with career-worthy compensation and a healthy working environment. We see hospitality as a craft - something to be worked on relentlessly, and approached as a lifelong journey.

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