A Spanish and Portuguese Conserva Dinner w/ Andrew Gietzen of Preserved States

Nov 23rd

frame
presents
 A Spanish and Portuguese Conserva Dinner
with
Andrew Gietzen of Preserved States
and wines by
Ole & Obrigado

 

With November in full swing at frame we’re joined by Chicago’s Andrew Gietzen, who fell in love with Spanish and Portuguese culture after loads of travel and 20 years of working in restaurants throughout Chicago. Cooking alongside some of the most decorated chefs in the country, Chris Pandel, Curtis Duffy, and Matthias Merges, Andrew established Preserved States to seek out conservas he longed to offer guests but could not readily find available.

Perfecting his beautiful simple style, Andrew brings us super-effing-tasty dishes like Porchetta di Testa with tonnato sauce and anchovy brined chicken thighs with white clams and soft herbs. 

A stellar chef and the most stand up, type of guy you just want to hang out with; Andrew also brings along one of the most badass collections of estate wines from Spain and Portugal from importer Ole & Obrigado with a mission to show off the incredible diversity of all corners of the Iberian Peninsula. 

Craftsmanship, passion, tinned fish and terroir are at the core of everything about this night. We can hardly wait. 

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MENU

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Mussels en Escabeche
Sardinillas in Olive Oil
Scallop & Tomato Arancini
Nuri Spiced Sardine Bocadillos
Alcachofas & Angulas (artichokes & baby eels)

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Savory Babka w/ Nuri Sardines in Tomato

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Porchetta di Testa, bonito, Tonnato Sauce, Arugula, Pecorino

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Anchovy brined Chicken Thigh, Apaetzle, White Clams, Soft Herbs

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Bunuelos w/ Chocolate and Bay Leaf Anglaise

++ Chef is kindly requesting no dietary modifications to the menu++


November 23rd, 2019
5:30pm and 8:30pm
$55 per person + tax and service fee

Included:
Time with Chicago’s Chef Andrew Gietzen with a lovely dinner of shared welcome pintxos, plus four courses of Spanish and Portuguese plates. 

Additional:
A wine pairing by frame’s resident wine director and sommelier, Bryan Lamorena serving rare Spanish & Portuguese wines by Ole & Obrigado.
++ a la- carte beer, wine, and frame cocktails.


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