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Tom Brown’s Restaurant to open June 1

MADISON – A highly-anticipated new restaurant in Madison have announced they will open June 1.

The opening of Tom Brown’s Restaurant had been delayed due to the COVID-19 crisis and state shutdown nearly two months ago, but is now ready to open.

Owned by Tom Brown and his wife Ashley, the restaurant features his unique twist on Southern food in a “premium casual” atmosphere.

Tom and his wife renovated an abandoned, historic mansion in Mississippi and launched their own extremely successful restaurant. Then they discovered the Madison area and realized it was the perfect place to plant roots and launch their next restaurant.

Tom Brown’s is located at 8141 Highway 72 W in the Shoppes of Madison, near Target. They will open Monday to Thursday, 4-10 p.m., and stay open until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. They will eventually expand to include lunch hours at a later date.

To make reservations, call (256) 715-1283.

Tom Brown’s-Madison say customers can expect exceptional house craft beer, the finest ingredients, and authentic hospitality. The menu features only the freshest meats, from Black Angus Prime beef to seafood that is flown in fresh.

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