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Camaj Osteria: An Italian Small Plates Pop-Up by Chef Mark Camaj at FRAMEbar Frame & FRAMEbar > , > Camaj Osteria: An Italian Small Plates Pop-Up by Chef Mark Camaj at FRAMEbar

Maybe it’s cause we’re (unapologetically) obsessed with all things pasta. But ever since we took one bite of Chef Mark Camaj’s Gnocchi in Burro Fusso, we haven’t stopped drooling. Famed for his Cevapi sausages with ajvar and kajmak on samun bread, Chef Mark has mastered his warmth and conviviality perfected by his predecessors. This is why we’ve invited him to be our first pop-up at FRAMEbar, for the month of September, paying homage to Italian shared small plates. Let us bring you up to speed. Meet FRAMEbar. FRAMEbar brings fine-fast drinking + eating front and center. Same editorially-curated frame experiences…this time around, chefs collaborating to take over a rotating shared small plates bar menus, showcase their cuisines, through what we call FRAMEbar residencies, one month at a time.

The frame team will remain in place including our culinary guru Chef Michael Barrera. With 4+ years of R&D in hosting chefs and hundreds of multi-course dinners focusing on the interplay between ingredient and technique, FRAMEbar brings the same level of chef talent in a more casual vibe with well-executed cocktails by Jazmin Weaver and a wine list by frame beverage director, Sean Crenny, who will work with each chef in residence.

We’ve got a tasty year planned ahead, 12 one-month FRAMEbar residences we can’t wait for you to meet. No pre-purchased tickets are needed here. Walk in or make a reservation. Think FRAMEbar for after-work or pre-dinner bites on your way to frame. Or pop in for a full-blown casual and convivial dinner of small plates and wine with friends. All while relishing in the fact that you’re supporting independent chefs when they need you the most. frame and FRAMEbar. Two concepts. One roof. Simply more chef experiences to mingle with.

First up for September: Chef Mark Camaj, cutting his teeth with NYC chefs from the likes of Andrew Carmellini and Marco Canora brings us his favorite bar-food shared plates, FRAMEbar-style.