DETROIT (WXYZ) — Fort Street Galley, a food hall located in downtown Detroit, will be abruptly closing its doors Friday.
The galley is part of the Pittsburgh-based Galley Group, and opened in December 2018.
Isla Detroit, the only location that has stayed in the galley since it opened, announced the news on Instagram.
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It is with a heavy heart to inform the sudden closure of Fort Street Galley this Friday, 2.28.2020. We would like to thank all of our customers who stopped in and eagerly tried our food offerings and especially our regular patrons for their utmost support. We truly appreciate your patronage! We also would like to take this opportunity to thank the Isla Detroit Team who helped us out since day 1, most especially @dropoutchef who tirelessly invested his time to learn about Filipino Cuisine. Isla Detroit’s last service will be tomorrow, 11 am until sold out. Hope to see you all. Maraming salamat po! 🇵🇭
Chad Ellingboe, the vice president of operations for the Galley Group, released this statement to the Detroit Free Press.
"There were various factors that led to this difficult outcome, among them the decision to scale back our operations nationwide and focus energy on our flagship locations in Pittsburgh & Minneapolis," he said.
Other restaurants inside Fort Street Galley include Table, Which Came First and Square Peggy's.