BIRMINGHAM,MI-- The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences (AAHS) just doesn’t give it’s Five-Star rating to any corner bistro. Nevertheless, they found Townhouse, Birmingham’s newest bistro worthy of their honor. This prestigious honor is a rare distinction, reserved for the greatest achievements in travel, hospitality products and services.
"Hot, fresh, All-American Detroit Flavor", Townhouse has become known for it's Townhouse Burger, made with aged prime ribeye, brisket and other choice steaks.
The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences Board of Trustees recognized Townhouse’s exceptional quality and unique character, commensurate with the world’s finest hotels, resorts, restaurants & chefs that have been previously honored with the Five-Star Diamond Award.
The highest honor conferred by The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences, a globally renowned tourism and premier hospitality organization, it is the world's most prestigious hospitality award that recognizes excellence in hospitality service.
Founded in Chicago in 1949 as the International Restaurant Ratings Bureau. The AAHS is now headquartered in New York City and governed by a Board of Trustees who oversees the stringent nomination and selection processes of the Five-Star Diamond Award. The Board is comprised of numerous hospitality industry leaders and celebrated chefs, who are themselves world travelers. The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences is the world's premiere organization for awarding excellence in travel, cuisine, luxury products and services. Each year, the Academy bestows its coveted International Star Diamond Award — a recognition that many strive for but few achieve — on superlative establishments that are deemed to be of pinnacle quality.