Wondering what we're up to?
Metro Eats will be the location for an every day food park. The food park will include food trucks, food cargo containers, an indoor food hall, and the Where House bar. We want this to be a daily stop for people looking to grab a quick bite to eat, or relax after work.
In addition to food and drinks, several cargo containers will host unique Artisan boutiques where patrons can purchase hand-made soaps and personal products, candles, local jams, jellies, sauces and cheeses and much more.
During specific days of the week Metro Eats will host Farmer's Markets, and during certain days of the month, festivals. We expect to have live music, artists and entertainment on a regular basis.
A special part of the park will be the Greenhouses. There we will host cooking classes, planting and gardening classes and grow produce.
This is just of taste of what is to come. We hope you will join us!
The mission for Metro Eats is to strengthen our community, provide local businesses with opportunity to succeed during these difficult times, and support our farmers while fortifying our local food chain and economy. If this mission inspires you and you'd like to help support and sustain our programs, please contact us.
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