Calling All Wizards – Harry Potter Themed Dinner Being Served In Hazel Park
Full disclosure, I have never watched a Harry Potter movie. I had no idea there was a particular cuisine in the popular franchise, and if there isn't - there is now. Beginning tomorrow, January 6th, guests can partake in 'A Very Magical Feast', a Harry Potter inspired pop-up restaurant experience at Frame in Hazel Park.
If this is the first you are hearing about this, don't panic. This unique dinner is being served throughout the month of January. Your meal will be prepared by Chef Michael and served at The Hogwarts House of Yurts or inside of The Great Hall (both located inside of Frame).
Here is the skinny on this super cool and unique event.
When is 'A Very Magical Feast'?
5:30pm and 8:30pm
4:00pm and 7:00pm
Choose to feast in a Yurt for 6, each representing a Hogwarts House, or sit inside of Hogwarts Great Hall.
$65 per person + fees + tax
Can I bring my kids?
Yes, this is an all-ages experience. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be available at the dinner.
What will Chef Michael Barrera be preparing?
- Black Lake Canape
Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese Spread, Scallion, Dill, Capers, Crisp Rye Toast
- Quidditch Snitch
Saffron Risotto, Sweet Corn, Pea, Saffron, Golden Aioli
- Dark Arts Cauldron
Meatball, Black Garlic Onion Sauce, Spicy Cauldron OilG
- Great Hall Feast
Crispy Turkey Leg, Mashed Potatoes, Brussels Sprouts with Almonds, Apple Cider Glaze, Gravy
- Honeydukes’ Pumpkin Delight
Pumpkin Chocolate Baked Turnover, Cinnamon Whipped Cream
Please note Chef Barrera has requested no dietary changes to the menu.
Can I dress up as my favorite Harry Potter character?
One hundred percent yes! Guests are certainly encouraged to arrive in costumes.
How can I get my tickets?
For ticket information, Covid protocol, and more, simply click here.
If you go, please be sure to take pictures and share them with me, I would be more than happy to add them to this post. Enjoy!