Townhouse Detroit has grand re-opening


We reported back in August of 2021 about the interior décor renovation to Heirloom Hospitality’s Townhouse Detroit. The restaurant, which originally opened in 2015, had its official grand re-opening in December 2021. Townhouse Detroit’s interior transformation is now complemented with a new menu concept moving from comfort food to modern American refined dining. Heirloom’s corporate culinary director Ryan Prentiss and pastry sous chef Rebecca Stanley have cultivated an eclectic menu which moves the concept into the fine dining realm while remaining committed to highlighting seasonal Midwest produce like Michigan cherries and sweet corn. The menu includes brand new dishes from Prentiss such as a Toro Hamachi that Prentiss describes as “a mixture of rich fatty toro and leaner top loin slices that are dressed lightly with a delicate pomegranate reduction and fresh strawberry juice; finely brunoise red onions, thinly sliced Serrano chiles and a black pepper oil balance the sweet, light and tart dressings with some piquant flavor and crisp texture.” Guests can have a sweet ending to their evening with decadent desserts like the chocolate whiskey torte which features chocolate cake with layers of whiskey coffee mousse and espresso streusel enveloped in a crisp layer of dark chocolate, then covered with a marshmallow meringue and torched. 500 Woodward Avenue, Detroit townhousedetroit.com

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