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Tigerlily to bloom in Ferndale

Interior renovations are underway in downtown Ferndale where Hometown Restaurant Group is planning the launch of Tigerlily, an Asian-inspired restaurant and sushi bar in the former Antihero location. The new Tigerlily concept will focus on sushi and Asian cuisine inside a fully-redesigned, 4,000-square-foot dining area that includes a full sushi bar, a private-showcase dining table and room, and a separate, 900-square-foot tiki bar dubbed Mai Tiki. Design work is being done by sought-after Birmingham architects Ron & Roman, with the restaurant and tiki bar on track for a grand opening this summer. The exterior facade has been taken down to its original, historic frontage. Over $1 million has been put into renovating the spaces, which will have seating for 170 at Tigerlily and 44 at Mai Tiki. Hours will be seven days a week at Tigerlily, opening at 4 p.m. on weekdays, with Mai Tiki accessible by guests only through Tigerlily in a speakeasy fashion. Inspired by both Asian influences and the city of Ferndale’s unique color and tradition, Tigerlily plays homage to the flower that once grew wild in present-day Ferndale – the tiger lily. 231 W. Nine Mile Road, Ferndale


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