Midtown Plaza in Saskatoon unveils new meals courtroom – Saskatoon

After almost eight months of construction, the Midtown Plaza is celebrating the opening of its food court replacement.

Midtown Common, now on the second floor of the mall in downtown Saskatoon, consists of 16 vendors – some old, some new.

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The 42,000-square-foot Food Hall has a modern feel with tons of floor-to-ceiling windows and a fireplace.

A view from the Midtown Common Food Court in Saskatoon.

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Mayor Charlie Clark and Saskatoon Southeast MLA Don Morgan attended a ceremonial “first bite”.

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“One of the most exciting food halls in the country,” said Clark.

“This helps to boost our economy, it helps to give our city a sense of place, it helps to keep the core of our city strong – which is really important because this is our identity, it is our heart.”

The Mountain Equipment Co-op will move into the old food court room in spring 2020.

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