Frazer Cameron, chef and owner of Frazers restaurant, formerly known as The Traveling Brown Bag, has traveled the US from coast to coast and all over the world experiencing his love for the arts and for fine cuisine. He opened the doors to his restaurant in Benton Park in the winter of 1992, taking what he learned on his explorations and infusing it into the dishes he creates. The entrees at Frazers are inspired by tastes from around the globe, including French, Moroccan, Italian, Mexican, and Cajun. From New Orleans to The Mediterranean, his dishes are one of a kind.
The ever-changing menu at Frazers features steaks and chops, a variety of fresh seafood dishes, pasta, pizza, sandwiches, soups, and salads. The delicious homemade desserts are superb. There is certainly a dish to delight you whatever your tastes. The knowledgeable, outgoing, and caring staff are true food and wine enthusiasts. Relax and enjoy as they guide you smoothly through dinner. All this combined with the natural energy and casual ambience will surely make for a memorable dining experience.
When Frazers first opened with just 25 seats for lunch only, meals were served on paper plates with plastic utensils. Because of the small capacity many customers ordered their food to go in "the traveling brown bags." This April, after completing a recent renovation of the bar, which includes an outdoor patio, there will be seating for 125 guests. Thirteen years and growing Frazers is still sharing its good eats with everyone who comes through the door. Between the comforting food, carefully selected wine list, signature martinis, and decadent desserts, Frazers offers a wonderful creation for everyone.
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!! Buzztime Trivia available all day every day !! Also, Try Out TouchTunes Juke Box.
Daily Lunch Specials
Happy Hour Food & Drink Specials
Live DJ Music from 9pm - Wednesday - Saturday
- Monday : Monday Night Football Specials and Industry Night
- Tuesday : $1 Taco's 5 - 10pm & $3 Any Vodka Drink All Day
- Wednesday: $2 Drinks from open until - 9pm. Ladies Night. Live DJ Starts at 9:00pm
- Thursday: Steak Night!! & Thirsty Thursday Drink Specials
- Friday: Best Happy Hour in St. Louis. Beer Bucket Specials and Appetizer Specials
- Saturday: Stop in for a bite to eat and few cold ones and watch Big Daddy's Turn into the #1 Party Bar in the STL.
- Official Sunday Funday Headquarters!!! Watch some Football Baby!!
Come in for a buffet or a 5 course dinner in our bistro cafe. We have vegetarian and meat lover options and our service is top notch. Come in and enjoy some local jazz and musical artist talent. Keep an eye on our page for specials, entertainment schedules and more!