Discover the multicultural eatery Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall, offering diverse dining options in Detroit with something for every taste.

Welcome to Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall, a vibrant culinary destination located at 10635 West McNichols, on the Northwest side of Detroit. More than just a place to satisfy your cravings, we are an anchor for cultural exchange and celebration, fostering a sense of community and opportunity.

As a food hall, we understand the importance of creating a common area space that goes beyond delicious food. We are dedicated to being a gathering place that connects residents and visitors, embracing inclusive development and resisting potential displacement that often accompanies large infrastructure projects.

Our commitment to the community goes hand in hand with our mission to provide a platform for first-time restaurateurs, ensuring their dreams have staying power. By partnering with the community and celebrating the diverse cultures and cuisines that surround us, we create a collaborative, shared space that benefits everyone.

Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall is not only a fun and exciting destination for food enthusiasts, but also an economic development project deeply rooted in community values. Join us as we celebrate the flavors, stories, and talents of our neighborhood, and together, let’s build a stronger, more inclusive community.

Experience the taste of inclusive development at Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall. Discover culinary delights, connect with fellow food lovers, and become part of a movement that values cultural preservation and community empowerment.

Come hungry, leave inspired.

W E L C O M E

Welcome to Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall, a vibrant culinary destination located at 10635 West McNichols, on the Northwest side of Detroit. More than just a place to satisfy your cravings, we are an anchor for cultural exchange and celebration, fostering a sense of community and opportunity.

As a food hall, we understand the importance of creating a common area space that goes beyond delicious food. We are dedicated to being a gathering place that connects residents and visitors, embracing inclusive development and resisting potential displacement that often accompanies large infrastructure projects.

Our commitment to the community goes hand in hand with our mission to provide a platform for first-time restaurateurs, ensuring their dreams have staying power. By partnering with the community and celebrating the diverse cultures and cuisines that surround us, we create a collaborative, shared space that benefits everyone.

Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall is not only a fun and exciting destination for food enthusiasts, but also an economic development project deeply rooted in community values. Join us as we celebrate the flavors, stories, and talents of our neighborhood, and together, let’s build a stronger, more inclusive community.

Experience the taste of inclusive development at Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall. Discover culinary delights, connect with fellow food lovers, and become part of a movement that values cultural preservation and community empowerment.

Come hungry, leave inspired.

Our 
Story

Culinary Delights and Community Empowerment

Dining together

Get to Know Us

As a pioneer in inclusive development and a catalyst for cultural exchange, we are more than just a food hall – we are a thriving community hub.

At Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall, we believe in the power of shared experiences and the joy of discovering diverse cuisines. Our carefully curated selection of eateries showcases the talents of first-time restaurateurs, ensuring their dreams are nurtured and celebrated.

Our commitment to the community extends beyond providing delectable meals; we strive to create a collaborative space where residents and visitors can come together, fostering a sense of belonging and opportunity.

As you step into Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall, you’ll be greeted with an array of culinary delights that reflect the rich cultural tapestry of our neighborhood. We take pride in showcasing local favorites. Our food hall is a testament to the power of inclusive development and the resilience of the community it serves. We hope you will join us on a journey of taste and connection.

Experience the warmth of shared meals, embrace the stories behind each dish, and witness the transformative power of food as a force for unity and empowerment.

Discover Whatcha Wanna Eat Food Hall – where culinary delights meet community empowerment. Be a part of something extraordinary, and let your taste buds guide you to a world of flavor and togetherness.

Our Restaurants

Detroit Wild Pit

Detroit Wild Pit • Menu

Borderline Tacos + Things logo

Borderline Tacos + Things • Menu

Poon's Hibachi Grill

Poon’s Hibachi Grill • Menu

Crazy Burger

Crazy Burger • Menu

Your Perfect Blend logo

Your Perfect Blend • Menu

Delectabowl logo

Delectabowl • Menu

Delectabowl Gourmet

Heavenly Chicken & Waffles • Menu


Opening Hours

Monday – CLOSED

​​Tuesday – Thursday: 11am – 9pm

​Friday – Saturday: 11am – 10pm

Sunday: Noon – 6pm

Contact us:

whatchawannaeatfoodhall@gmail.com

Address:

10635 West McNichols, (east of the John C Lodge freeway and Meyers Rd.), on the Northwest side of Detroit

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