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Mad Nice opens in Cass Corridor

Heirloom Hospitality Group, the restaurateurs behind Townhouse Birmingham, Townhouse Detroit, Prime + Proper, and Cash Only Supper Club, is slated to open its new venture, “Mad Nice” by the end of 2022. Their culinary program is spearheaded by executive chef, partner and native Detroiter Myles McVay, who has helmed kitchens at several Detroit-area restaurants, including as the opening chef of Otus Supply. Inspired by the cultures and cuisines of coastal California, southern Italy, and the ever-changing seasons of Michigan, guests can look forward to enjoying handmade pastas, naturally leavened breads, farm fresh vegetable share plates, wood-fired and rotisserie large format proteins, fresh spun gelato, assorted pastry offerings, and more.  “All the offerings at Mad Nice are meant to honor Italian tradition from a time, love, and care aspect while mixing in modern ideas of preparation, sourcing, and sustainability with a bit of Detroit sauce,” said McVay. The beverage program, curated by general manager Justin Campbell, will be similarly inspired. Many cocktails offered will be “garden to glass,” sourcing local farms and farmers’ markets, changing with the seasons and creating light and bright blends. Michigan beers and spirits will be prominently on display, supporting the local community, as well as a seasonal spritz menu, Negroni variations, Amari, aperitifs, digestives. The wine list, curated by sommelier Chad Braun is a ‘love letter’ to Italy, while also celebrating some of California’s finest vineyards. 644 Selden Street, Detroit


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