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Swanky New Hotel Restaurant Heads to Birmingham in 2021

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Madam will open inside the new Daxton Hotel on Woodward Avenue

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A large restaurant with high ceilings, white walls with large art pieces hanging on them, and patterned wood floors. Gray banquettes and chairs fill the dining room.
An rendering of Madam, a new restaurant at the forthcoming Daxton Hotel in Birmingham.
Aparium Hotel Group [Courtesy image]

A fancy hotel from the company behind the Detroit Foundation Hotel is opening to Birmingham early next year and bringing a swanky new restaurant with it called Madam. The Aparium Hotel Group plans to debut the Daxton Hotel in Birmingham along Woodward Avenue in February 2021.

The restaurant will serve what the release describes as “enlightened American fare, with an ever evolving menu focusing on seasonality and the freshness emblematic of California cuisine.” Madam will seat roughly 71 people in a space with high-ceiling, lots of plants, and three-toned wood floors. The establishment will be headed by former New York-based chef Garrison Price, who worked as a lead chef at il Buco Alimentari e Vineria in New York for three years and also acted as culinary director for Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

As for the 151-room hotel, Aprium promises it will be equally posh with “minimalist-luxe design with close to 400 pieces of cutting-edge art curated by world-renowned Saatchi Art” including selections from local floral muralist Ouizi. The hotel is already booking reservations.

A rendering of Madam at the Daxton Hotel features long plants hanging across the ceiling next to a large window.
Madam will serve California cuisine.
Aparium Hotel Group [Courtesy image]

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Madam

298 South Old Woodward Avenue, , MI 48009 (248) 283-4200 Visit Website

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