The Mad Hatter finalist for 2 national awards

The Mad Hatter was nominated as a finalist in the categories of Best Service and Best Retailer at the 2017 Business Excellence Awards held at The Westin Houston, Memorial City, Texas on Feb. 20.

Mad Hatter owners Liz (second from left) and Tim (far right) Koch were on the shortlist for two national business awards. Photo submitted
Mad Hatter owners Liz (second from left) and Tim (far right) Koch were on the shortlist for two national business awards. Photo submitted

The Business Excellence Forum and Awards are hosted by ActionCOACH Business Coaching and honors the best results in businesses from North America and showcases exceptional results for business owners, entrepreneurs, their teams, and their companies. This gala included 16 award categories with over 460 applicants.

Tim and Liz Koch, proprietors of The Mad Hatter have brought a unique dining experience to the city of Anoka in the historic Woodbury House.

“We are humbled and grateful to have been named finalists in these categories as we are so passionate about delivering more than just food. We want to deliver memories too,” said Liz Koch. “We truly love serving the residents of Anoka as well as so many guests that travel from afar to experience our unique setting and food.”

ActionCOACH MetroNorth, a business coaching firm for Metro Area businesses, is owned and operated by Dave and Tracy Ford.

“Tim and Liz are extraordinary business owners,” said Dave Ford. “They are taking full command of investing and leading a group of team members to be sold out and radical about the vision, mission, and culture of their business. They are definitely redefining the food experience.”

The Mad Hatter serves a daily brunch menu, along with tea service and special events to their customers. Find out more at Madhatteranoka.com.