MGM Grand swaps buffet for Detroit’s new Central Market food hall
This week, MGM Grand Detroit announced details of a new food court at the downtown casino, which offers a variety of cuisines, including a growing local business.
The food hall, located where the Palette Dining Studio (the casino’s buffet restaurant) used to be, houses a second location for Riverview’s Fat Daddy’s Hot Chicken, which specializes in juicy sandwiches and chicken and meat dishes. waffles.
Other concepts offered at Detroit Central Market are Diablo’s Tacos, Grand Wok Noodle Bar (noodles, bao buns, pot stickers and more) and a Detroit-style pizza kitchen called the Corners. It is possible to add more kitchens in the future.
“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, in A press release. “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.
The food hall, which features works by local artists, offers contactless mobile ordering. Scan the QR code on your table and pay directly from your phone. Detroit Central Market opens daily at noon inside the MGM Grand Casino, 1777 Third in Detroit. Visit mgmgranddetroit.com for more information.
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