The Chamber Daily


On January 15, Adachi Restaurant by Michael Schlow, celebrated its grand opening in Birmingham with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber.

Michael Schlow, a well-known chef, is the curator and founder of Adachi restaurant in Birmingham, Michigan. At 14, Schlow started as a dishwasher while quickly excelling in the restaurant industry. Throughout the years, Schlow worked in some of the best restaurant known around the world, while receiving awards for “Best Chef in the Country” by Sante Magazine, along with the “Best Chef in the Northwest” by the James Beard Foundation. Under his wing at Adachi, Lloyd Roberts, brings along Jamaican traditions to the restaurant as the Executive Chef.

Adachi is a newly opened Japanese-Style Sushi Bar inside the Ford-Peabody Mansion in Birmingham, MI. The manager at Adachi is David Kraus, who is greatly involved with the staff and visitors in the restaurant. The restaurant offers simple, yet delightful dishes. The sushi bar includes sushi, sashimi and nigari. Along with the Japanese dishes, Adachi offers a list of sakes, Asian beers, wines and champagnes. The bar is a great social environment during lunchtime and late evenings.

Adachi is located at 325 Old Woodward. Birmingham, MI. For more information, please call 248-540-5900 or visit

Photo Credit: Doug Ashley Photography
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Alicia Green, Aqua Advantage; Allie Cordon, Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber; Larry Ribits, Keaton Publications Group; Sherry Williams; Peggy Feltner, Re/Max Commercial Connection; Raymond Browder; Brenda Hampton; Lia Jamerson, MA, LPC, NCC, Dayspring Vision Counseling, PLLC, Owner; Derry Browder; Georgeann Huszar, Seaholm High School; Brittany Newton, Bank of Ann Arbor; Pam Audette, Bank of Ann Arbor; Al Hassinger, Robert W Baird Private Wealth Management; Charlie Walsh, RN; Tahki Jayasvasti, North Oakland Internists PC; Kelly Lewis, Alpha Lifestyle Center of Birmingham.

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