A Palestinian Dinner Experience
Chef George Azar
Flowers of Vietnam
wines by frame’s
Sommelier Sean Crenny
cocktails by frame’s
mixtress Jaz’min Weaver
For many of us, Chef George Azar needs no introduction…born in Detroit, as the son of Palestinian immigrants, he’s trained at some of the best restaurants in the world, including Noma in Copenhagen and Alinea in Chicago.
Zagat named George on their National “30 Under 30 Rock Stars Redefining the Industry” list that highlights innovators in the culinary field across the U.S and George’s hot-spot Flowers of Vietnam, has been hand-selected by GQ Magazine as one of the Best New Restaurants in America.
Returning to frame next month, Chef brings Traditional Palestinian Cuisine into a Modern Palestinian Dinner Experience with a 5-course tasting menu celebrating the diversity and abundance of George’s cultural make-up. It’s his own rather brilliant approach to generations of family tradition married with Palestinian ingredients and techniques that make this culinary experience;
What we end up with are gorgeous creations like ‘Kibbeh Niyeh’, ‘Petite Vegetables with Zaa’tar and Abbeleme Honey’, ‘Sardines
with Tunisia, and ‘Kunafa with Sweet Cream, Coffee and Cardamom.’
Earthy. Floral. Smoky. Bitter. Herbaceous. Here’s your chance to experience the magic for yourselves.
Socially distanced (and very limited) inside seating @ frame
April 22nd – May 2nd
Parties of 1 to 6
Thursday, Friday, Saturday Seatings at 5:30pm & 8:30pm
Sunday Seatings at 4:00pm & 7:00pm
$120 per person + tax and service charge
An authentic Palestinian Table Multi-Course Dinner Experience by Chef George Azar.