Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Madam serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and brunch on the weekends. The menu from chef Garrison Price features appetizer dishes like spring pea hummus with seeded crackers, baby artichokes, and mushroom dumplings alongside entrees such as steelhead trout and tagliolini neri with New Zealand cockles. Desserts at Madam lean decadent with an orange creamsicle, rhubarb layer cake for two, and a chocolate custard and hazelnut praline tart.
“Madam is going to present a fresh take on American cuisine,” Price says of the food at Madam. “My goal is to marry the classic technique I have developed over the years working alongside luminaries in the culinary world with a focus on sustainability, seasonality and creating a minimal footprint.
Price’s culinary career spans over 20 years and includes stints with renown chefs Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Jose Andres.
Backed by the Aparium Hotel Group, the 151-room Daxton Hotel promises to be as equally posh as Madam, with “minimalist-luxe design” and “close to 400 pieces of cutting-edge art curated by world-renowned Saatchi Art”, including selections from local floral muralist Ouizi. Rooms start at $299 per night.
Take a look at the lunch and dinner menus for Madam:
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner on weekdays and breakfast, brunch, and dinner on weekends. Reservations highly encouraged. Masks required.
298 S. Old Woodward Avenue. daxtonhotel.com.