A Letter from Walt & Madeleine

We are excited to share our Fall 2018 Series Calendar with you.

This season’s line-up underscores our commitment to establish Maison Madeleine as a nexus of Acadian culture, a venue where authentic tradition inspires contemporary interpretation of its great food and music. 

Our theme for this season is “Curated Collaboration”. This slate of talented chef partnerships and performing artists has been selected to create a unique, memorable experience for our guests at each event. The series includes award winning chefs, television personalities, cookbook authors, and Grammy nominated musicians, most of whom we consider rising stars in their fields.

Seating is limited to 50 persons for each event in order to preserve the opportunity for personal interaction between the chefs, performing artists and our patrons. It is unlikely that we will be able to accommodate all on the invitation list. With that in mind, we may add events if demand exceeds available seating and are already planning the Spring 2019 series with an expanded number of dates.

We kick-off on September 23rd with a nod to the supper depicted in our recent Southern Living feature with “Soiree in the Swamp" Redux. If the re-creation is only half the fun we had during the shoot it promises to be a fantastic meal and a lot of fun.

Maison Madeleine has decided each Secret Supper Series should give back to the community that supports us by adopting a meaningful non-profit organization. This Fall the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will receive a portion of this season’s total ticket sales. JDRF was suggested by one of our guest chefs, Blake Kutner of La Cocina who has a personal connection to its cause. You are under no obligation to donate personally. However, we urge you to visit the link provided and consider the benefits of a contribution.

Thank you for requesting an invitation.
We hope you will join us at the table.

Best regards,
Walt & Madeleine

Proprietress Madeleine Cenac and her husband Walt Adams

Proprietress Madeleine Cenac and her husband Walt Adams