Vintage Spirits & Forgotten 19th-Century Cocktails by Portland's Paul Seif (Frame Summer School)
How much do we love 19th-century cocktails?
So much that we’ve invited Paul Seif from Portland to create an entire workshop
based on the budding culture of mixology predating the 1930s speakeasy era.
Learn how to create three brilliant, lesser-known classics worth discovering:
The Last Word
(originated in pre-Prohibition Detroit at the Detroit Athletic Club)
The 12th-Mile “Limit” Cocktail
(enjoyed of the shores of Beaver Island during the Temperance Era)
The Cohasset Punch
(first popularized in Chicago, then Kansas City)
Slowly but surely remembering the drinks of our past, Paul joins us at Frame for one night only of drinking and learning.
Frame Summer School
A 16-week series designed to inspire and empower our culinary practice as some of our favorite chefs, makers, mixologists, and artisans look ahead to the spring and summer with a rollout of master classes to deepen our relationship
with food, drink, and art through playful exploration in Frame’s intimate environment.