We went through an extensive and gluttonous screening process to bring together six unique, chef-driven partner restaurants. Each brings a simple but refined menu, offering a new take on a classic. So you can eat, eat and eat again. Did we mention food?


Brujo Tacos & Tapas

Brujo means sourcerer. In this case, that sourcerer is Chef Petro, conjouring up delicious, interesting tacos, montaditos and a variety of latillas - a delicacy imported from Spain.

by Chef Petro Drakopolous


Bangkok 96 Street Food

Inspired by Chef Genevieve Vang's Hmong heritage, this sister restaurant to Bangkok 96 brings you food normally found during backpacking trips along the Mekong River and in the streets of Bangkok. This is not your typical Thai menu.

WAYNE STATE STUDENTS AND FACULTY: (with WSU ID) get 20% off of one item.

ON YOUR BIRTHDAY (with proof of Birthday) buy one entree get one free.

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Celebrity Chef Max Hardy brings you his take on Caribbean fusion. Using locally sourced ingredients, COOP offers up 24-hour marinated chicken - bringing the heat with their signature Scotch Bonnet Pepper.

By Chef Maxcel Hardy


MOMO CHA (Coming in June!)

Momo Cha serves homestyle Nepalese dumplings and snacks, turning a universally loved comfort food in an imaginative, locally conscious and accessible meal. Momos are dumplings made from a traditional South Asian spice blend of ginger garlic, cilantro, cumin, turmeric and masala blends. Made with love for you, just like if you were invited for a momo party in their home.

by Chef Anjani Lama



Who doesn't love coffee and ice cream? However, this isn't your standard scoop. The secret to -320’s rich and creamy ice cream is the instant freezing of the organic and all natural ingredients with liquid nitrogen, which is -320°F.

By Nisharth Patel