Reimagined Chinese New Year


No day is ever the same at Frame in Hazel Park. The establishment offers everything from chef residencies, art workshops, live acoustic sessions and cocktail pairings. From January 27-30, Frame invites guests to ring in the Chinese New Year by getting rid of last year’s energy and welcoming in the new. Los Angeles-based Chef Josie Clemens will be the guest chef for this Vegan Chinese New Year Celebration. Some may remember Clemens as the first vegan chef to compete on Hell’s Kitchen Young Guns. Clemons will prepare age-old dishes that have stood the test of time yet are reimagined in completely plant-based recipes. The five-course menu includes spring rolls, turnip cakes, longevity noodles, zongzi, and tangyuan in ginger syrup. For the event, Frame will be transformed with origami lanterns and red peonies. Individual yurts accommodate up to six guest or socially distanced inside seating for one to eight people are also available. Price per person is $68 plus fees and tax. Not included in the price are drink options, which feature a hand selected wine pairing by Frame’s sommelier and wine director, Sean Crenny, as well as plant packed elixirs by Frame’s mixtress, Jaz’min Weaver. 23839 John R Road #2, Hazel Park, framehazelpark.com

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