The venue has six restaurants and two floors, made out of 21 shipping containers.

The food hall is now open in the lower Cass Corridor and features views of downtown. It's been three years in the making; originally, it was slated to open in October of last year, but of course, that got pushed. Now, it's open just in time for the summer crowd.

Restaurants include Thai street food, Caribbean fusion, liquid nitrogen ice cream, tacos & tapas, as well as a couple of bars and a micro-bar. Other restaurants have cleared inspection and are scheduled to open this fall.

BRB, going to lunch at the Detroit Shipping Company.

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