One of the most anticipated grand openings in recent Garden Grove history will take place this Thursday when the SteelCraft outdoor food hall officially opens its doors.
The project, built on the site of the former Black Angus restaurant at 12900 Euclid St. (just north of Garden Grove Boulevard) is the third in the chain of hip dining operations created from repurposed shipping containers. Others are in Long Beach and Bellflower.
An invitation-only ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony will be held Thursday at 3:30 p.m., followed by public access beginning at 5 p.m.
Nine food and drink businesses will be available on opening day. They include:
- Beachwood beer
- Dark Horse Coffee
- Eat at the Nest
- Selanne’s Penalty Box
- The Chick N Shack
- Renegade Taco
- OC Barrio
- Honey and Butter
- Cauldron Ice Cream.
The project is assembled on a 1.8-acre site from 22 cargo containers. The developers are Howard CDM and SteelCraft. City leaders tout the food hall as a valuable addition to a revived and expanding downtown for Garden Grove.
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