New Hazel Park 'chef residency' concept to launch with Katoi

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Joebar/Frame in downtown Hazel Park. - JOEBAR TWITTER
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  • Joebar/Frame in downtown Hazel Park.
On Monday, Joebar announced it would open on Wednesday. On Tuesday, it announced that its 3,500-square-foot downtown Hazel Park space is actually two restaurants.

As the Freep first reported, the second venture, Frame, a restaurant within a restaurant, will feature week- to- month-long chef residencies. It launches on March 31 with a residency from Katoi chef Brad Greenhill and his gang, which lost their restaurant to a fire last month.



Frame is a partnership between Joebar founder Joe Vaughn and Revolver's Peter Dalinowski. The Katoi pop up launches March 31 with $75 per person tickets going on sale March 16 on the Frame site.

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