Chic pop-ups and guest chefs are the name of the game at Frame in Hazel Park, and this time they’re going vegan for Chinese New Year.
The menu, organized by Hell’s Kitchen Competitor and chef from Macomb, Josie Clemens, will be offered January 27-30. It includes a multi-course dinner that adds a herbal twist to traditional Chinese dishes.
Everything on the menu represents something positive to be manifested in the New Year, from spring rolls for attracting good fortune to “exceptionally long longevity noodles” which symbolize long life to come.
Dinner is $ 68 per person and a food and wine pairing can be added for a small additional charge. Origami lanterns and red peonies will decorate the restaurant for a festive lunar atmosphere. Or you can dine in one of these trendy Scandinavian style yurts to make it even more chic.
Look out for the lucky red envelopes hidden throughout the restaurant, another Chinese New Year tradition that symbolizes the wishes of good luck in 2022, the year of the tiger.
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