La Taquería, A frame Cantina with Chef Michael Barrera

Mar 6th - Mar 7th

frame
presents
La Taquería, A frame Cantina
with
Chef Michael Barrera

Chef Michael Barerra has single-handedly turned up the heat in the frame kitchen with his recent wildly popular dinners curated with flavors close to his heart and heritage. His Argentine Asado with beef tres ways, his perfect plates of Mole Oaxaqueno for our Dia de Los Muertos Party and his upcoming Killer-Tamale Workshop promising some serious Abuela knowledge.

Up next: he’s working his Mexican heritage into the fold with a traditional Taqueria, frame style.
Tacos for Days, Margaritas. Tequilla Shots. Pan Dulce.
Let’s welcome each other around the table.


MENU

{   1st   }
Tostada de Frijol y Hongos
black beans, roasted mushrooms,  duck fat, chihuahua cheese,  braised cabbage, crispy yellow corn tortilla

{    2nd    }
Taco de Pescado
beer-battered pacific cod, chipotle slaw, pico de gallo, lime,  griddled blue corn tortilla

{   3rd   }
Taco de Cochinita Pibil
shredded achiote spiced pork,  pickled red onion, mango habanero sauce,  griddled yellow corn tortilla

{   4th   }
Taco de Carne Asada
marinated and grilled steak,  salsa verde,  avocado sauce,  cotija cheese,  radish,  griddled flour tortilla

{   5th   }
Taco de Mole Poblano
organic chicken, ancho-almond mole,  sesame seed,  pickled cucumber,  queso fresco,  crema,  griddled white corn tortilla

{   to share for the tables   }
Tortilla Chips, Hot Salsa, Mild Salsa, Guacamole, Rice, Refried Beans

{   Mexican Treats for a sweet finish  }
Traditional Postres (desserts) and confections
churros and pan dulce (sweet bread) from Southwest-Detroit MexicanTown’s, La Gloria Bakery


Friday, March 6th
5:30pm and 8:30pm
Saturday, March 7th
7:00pm (one seating)
$45 per person + tax and service fee

Included:
A multi-course traditional Mexican Taqueria style dinner by Chef Michael Barrera.
++ Chef is requesting no dietary changes to his menu++

Additional:
A beverage pairing by frame’s beverage director Bryan Lamorena
++ a la carte additional beers, wine, and frame cantina cocktails
++Bonus:  Enjoy old-school training wheel Tequila Shots (Tequila Cruda) with Salt & Lime or your favorite neat pour of Anejo.


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