Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Don's Miss L.A.'s Ramen Hood at FRAMEbar!

New York and L.A. have always been home to some of the best restaurants in the world. People travel from all over to have a meal at places like The French Laundry in Napa, Peter Luger's Steak House in Brooklyn, or Commander's Palace in New Orleans. Detroit wasn't traditionally part of the national food conversation, but that is changing. The Motor City is a melting pot of people and that melting pot has cooked up one of the most unique dining cultures in the world. From pierogi to shawarma, Detroit has got it all. 

FRAMEbar has been one of the big catalysts for new restaurants, new concepts, and world-famous chefs popping up in Detroit every few months. Their rotating chefs/restaurant concept means that you can have many different experiences at FRAMEbar throughout the year. Their latest pop-up is called Ramen Hood. It is a 100% vegan pho concept with small plates that complement Chef Ilan Hall and Chef Rahul Khopkar's famous sunflower seed broth. They also have a unique approach to vegan pork, avocado toast, and have somehow created a runny vegan egg that is so realistic you will have to do a double-take when you break it open in your bowl. Needless to say, there is nothing like Ramen Hood anywhere else in the Midwest, so you have to try it. We also suggest ordering a side of the tots (they're spicy) and asking for some extra mushrooms in your pho, they are simply unlike any other shrooms we have had before. Most importantly, you need to follow FRAMEbar so you can stay on top of all of the pop-ups that take up residency in their space. They never last that long so you want to make sure that you stay in the loop.

You have until December 16, 2021 to check it out!


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