Jamaican Reggae Dinner Party With New York Times Celebrated Chef Max Hardy

Most chefs are happy to rein one restaurant, but Chef Max Hardy, a Detroit culinary legend answers our restless demands for two contemporary appetites: Lowcountry Caribbean and African cuisine with River Bistro and Jerk Chicken with Conch Fritters at Hardy’s COOP, inside The Detroit Shipping Co.

Prestigiously named by The New York Times as one of the 16 Black Chefs Changing Food in America, Chef Max brings us a banging menu of dreamy Caribbean flavors that celebrate his heritage. Some inspired by his mother’s Bahamian roots and others from his own teenage years in Miami.

Taking over the frame kitchen early in October with a mix of Jamaican reggae, Bob Marley and Beres Hammond overhead, Max will be cooking up his greatest hits to create frame’s first Reggae Dinner Party. The best part? We’re all invited…

Friday, October 4th, 2019
5:30pm and 8:30pm
$58 per person + tax and service fee

5 Caribbean courses by Chef Maxcel Hardy and lots of Jamaican reggae.

A wine pairing by frame’s resident wine director and sommelier, Bryan Lamorena.
++ a la- carte beer, wine, and frame cocktails.


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