MGM Detroit ditches the buffet for a food hall with Fat Daddy’s hot chicken, Detroit pizza and street tacos

DETROIT — The MGM Grand Detroit Casino is saying goodbye to its buffet and hello to a new dining room with plenty of options, including hot fried chicken, Detroit-style pizzas and Mexican street tacos.

Detroit Central Market has just opened in the space formerly occupied by Palette Dining Studio. There are currently four fast casual restaurants to choose from with room to expand.

Fat Daddy’s Hot Chicken in Riverview now has its first Detroit location inside this new space. It is known for its hot fried chicken sandwiches and offers with five different heat level options.

Fat Daddy’s Hot Chicken at Detroit Central Market, which replaced the buffet at MGM Grand Detroit. (Photo by MGM Grand Detroit via Current Global)

Diablo Tacos offers Mexican street tacos, quesadillas, rice, beans and freshly made guacamole. Large Wok Noodle Bar offers noodle dishes and wok soups, as well as fresh seafood, bao rolls and pot stickers. The corners serves Detroit-style pizzas as well as soups and salads.

“These new offerings showcase the talents of our culinary team and allow us to continue to help local businesses grow in downtown Detroit,” said David Tsai, Midwest Group President for MGM Resorts International. “Nothing brings a community together like food, and we’re excited to play our part in Detroit’s exciting food scene.” The Detroit Central Market is another way we are committed to providing customers with new and unique experiences in Detroit.

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Diablo’s Tacos at Detroit Central Market, which replaced the buffet at MGM Grand Detroit. (Photo by MGM Grand Detroit via Current Global)

Ordering food in the Detroit Central Market is supposed to be convenient. Customers simply scan a QR code with their mobile device at their table, make their food selections, and pay. The food is then delivered directly to their table.

Detroit Central Market is open seven days a week for lunch and dinner and late nights on weekends. The hours are: Sunday to Thursday from noon to midnight, Friday and Saturday from noon to 2:00 a.m.

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