Seven new eateries are joining downtown Detroit’s food scene. On May 1, Greektown Casino-Hotel will unveil its new food court, called Monroe Market, along with Noodle Art, a ramen noodle bar and restaurant.
The Monroe Market, named after the main street in Detroit’s historic Greektown District, is a collection of restaurants in a street market setting. It will span 11,000 square feet and feature six fast-casual eateries.
The six restaurants will include the American Burger Bar; a made-to-order Neapolitan pizza joint called Basil Leaf; Josephine Bakery; an Airstream-style barbecue trailer called Pit Boss; Southern Fry, a comfort food spot; and Tia Loca, which will offer authentic Mexican street food.
Greektown Casino-Hotel will also debut Noodle Art, which will serve up traditional Japanese ramen “with a Detroit twist.”
The casino-hotel will also unveil a new bar later this summer, featuring craft cocktails, Michigan wines, and imported and Detroit-brewed beers.
“We are pleased to introduce our new dining offerings to the city of Detroit,” says Jason Gregorec, CEO of Greektown Casino-Hotel. “Together, Monroe Market and Noodle Art will be a vibrant destination where guests will be encouraged to explore diverse flavors and chef-driven cuisine for a truly transformative culinary experience. With options ranging from authentic Japanese ramen to American classics, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy.”