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Neal Fraser’s Downtown Rotisserie Concept Flips Overnight Into Fritzi Coop

The chef’s once-competing chicken restaurants have merged

Neal Fraser's Fritzi Brings Cheap, Casual Eats to the Arts District This Week
Outside the new Fritzi Coop in the Arts District
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Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Neal Fraser has found a new way to work with chicken, it seems. The fowl-loving Redbird chef has officially flipped his Downtown casual eatery Fritzi — which focused on rotisserie chicken — into another outlet of Fritzi Coop, his fried chicken concept from the Original Farmers Market.

The former Fritzi DTLA is now Fritzi Coop, serving a mashup menu of those fried chicken sandwiches and sides with the original Fritzi rotisserie chicken, all available as salads or plates, and so on. There’s always been a fair bit of tonal overlap with the two menus anyway, so combining the pair seems to be the smart choice all around. Now you can see the full mashup menu for yourself, below.

Fritzi Coop soft-opened for dinner last night after installing some new signage out front, and are open today for lunch through dinner hours.

Fritzi Coop
814 Traction Ave.
Los Angeles, CA


, Los Angeles, CA (213) 537-0327