HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveVolume 24Issue 15GREEKTOWN’S NEW MONROE MARKET OPENS

On May 1, Greektown Casino’s Monroe Market, a new multi-cuisine food hall, opened. The market is part of a $15 million renovation to the Greektown space and was formerly known as the Market District eatery.   The 11,000 square foot market has six innovative food counters and a full Japanese restaurant and bar called Noodle Art.  The Market is located adjacent to the casino complex and is designed to be outwardly designed so that casino patrons and non-casino patrons (of all ages) can enjoy the food options.

Noodle Art has an enclosed seating area and bar that is separate from the rest of the food hall.  It offers Japanese ramen dishes, dumplings, tuna sashimi, rice and noodle bowl dishes that are made in-house.  There is a full bar with a focus on Asian spirits.

The six other food options are offered throughout the setting that is made to resemble an outdoor food court with communal seating. These restaurants are open daily, and officials say Monroe Market will have food options 24/7.

Options will include:

American Burger Bar serves a selection of burgers.

Basil Leaf serves Neapolitan pizza made to order and fired up in a 900-degree stone oven.

Tia Loca has customizable tacos and signature dishes.

Pit Boss serves barbecued fare like pulled pork, brisket, ribs, chicken and Polish sausage.

Southern Fry is billed as a spot where “Detroit meets the South” with fried chicken and southern favorites.

Josephine Bakery serving sweets, gelato and specialty coffees. It was named after a longtime Greektown Casino employee.

“Each venue has its own look and feel, so we wanted to definitely offer variety, whereas nowhere else in the city are you going to get this in one location.” says Greektown Casino Hotel’s chief executive officer Jason Gregorec. “Everything is made from scratch. We wanted something that was unique in quality and something that stands us apart.”

In early 2016 it was announced that Greektown Casino and Hotel would be rebranded as a JACK Entertainment property. Greektown Casino will transition to its new name – JACK Detroit Casino-Hotel – later this summer.

In addition to offering players comps at the casino restaurants, Jack Entertainment has relationships with 20 Greektown-area restaurants, so guest can enjoy rewards throughout the Greektown area. The casino is also part of the Greektown Preservation Society.


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