The restaurant was opened in 2004 by French Laundry alums Lachlan McKinnon-Patterson and Bobby Stuckey, who became a master sommelier that same year. Since then, the group has expanded, and currently includes Frasca’s more casual next-door neighbor, Pizzeria Alberico, as well as Tavernetta and wine bar Sunday Vinyl at Union Station.
This year, Frasca was one of the five restaurants that received one star in Michelin’s inaugural Colorado guide — an honor that was not a surprise to anyone who’s dined there in its nearly two decades in business.
Now, Stuckey has received another distinction….
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