Liberati’s Italian Family Crafted Meals to go LOVE

A great place with excellent food at really good prices. Go for deli, bread/rolls, pizza, subs, and anything Italian. Also a lifesaver for a quick lunch (soups, pizza rolls, subs) or a last minute dinner. Their u-bake pizzas are superb and the staff always bends over backwards to make sure you are quickly taken care of. I love this place and hit it whenever I am near Allen Park. Must try the traditional Italian with Double Meat,,,,  now that’s one righteous Sub I tell you


Owners Frank n Nina have put together a talented crew ready to help you decide on your dinner tonight or a fantastic lunch spread. The fast friendly service provides a super selections of meal deals, take n bake Pizza Pies, desserts along with Beer n Wine. Try the Beer bread mix for a special treat along with a dozen Cannolis or those addictive Cinnamon Rolls a favorite of mine.

Really Great Subs,Pizza and Pasta Dishes

Really super bright clean spicy smells are free at this Italian Deli and Bakery. The super selction of old style foods hot and cold with take and bake Pizza along with hot pasta goodies will keep you coming back for more. The subs are super loaded with flavorful meats and cheese on the most freshly make rolls. Don’t miss the mega dessert selection of my favorite is the cannoli’s and chocolate stuffed jumbo roll WOW. Pick up some just baked breads and meats to take home for that mid night snack.
Be sure to LIKE them on Facebook as they provide daily updates on those hot foods also a super website is well well worth a look see.
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Very BEST Italian Sub 50 plus years,, Sausage,Cheese’s & Olives

Best Subs in the D, fo 50 plus years

OK folks you’ve never I mean never had a sub until you’ve eaten an Italian $ 5 loaded, with the freshest most flavorful meats and cheeses in and around the D. They line up and yes you take a number to get these daily belly buster subs, with a dozen folks working fast and furious behind that mega meat counter. A must try years ago my friend Eric says once you go , you’ll be hooked and yes I am at least twice per month for that fix and I’ve got dozens of friends and neighbor’s hooked just like you’ll be.

Also pick up the wine and parsley sausage or the Mici Romanian sausage and garlic butter all made daily in house. Famous Italian Rice Balls a must try Arancini are stuffed rice balls rolled in bread crumbs
 a hard to find treat.

The breads, oils and olive selection Will blow you away. The service and smell when you step foot in the door will just say I’ve stepped back in time fifty years ago.

  1.  A family owned business serving the community for nearly 50 years. We specialize in imported products from Italy. Imported lunch meats, imported cheeses, domestic and imported olive oils and vinegars, wines from around the world, premium fresh meat counter with prime cuts, Fresh homemade sausage only made in store, cheese and olives, our famous Italian submarines, and foods from around the world that you will not find in a chain grocery store, enjoy the atmosphere and taste of Italy right in Michigan. Easy to find just behind Dearborn City Hall a hidden gem you must shop at soon for the very Best $5 Italian Sub ever,,,oh yea a couple Cannoli will complete your meal.

Alcamo’s Market

Location: 4423 Schaefer 

DearbornMI 48126

Hours: Tue – Fri: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sat: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm                                                                                                                                                                                              Alcamo's Market on Urbanspoon








Tamales,Tres Leche,Churro and Three Kings Bread

The moment you walk in, the smell of sugar,butter, and freshly baked bread (oohh how I love theehypnotizes youAll the pastries are stored in trays behind huge glass cases– – grab a pair of tongs and a tray and load up! 

You really must try those mega Cinnamon Rolls topped with Chocolate I’m addicted to these,see them in the lower left in the the photo below
Oh My those Chicken and Pork Tamales that are made fresh daily for only 10 bucks per dozen a must try along with the most flavorful Salsa mama makes, I really hope they start selling by the Quart,,, Yes it’s that good.
Bread Pudding Cake a unique treat in photo above, sold by the slice a mouthful of flavor, think the old Sveden House bread pudding and now in cake form, whoa this is great another must try.
It is traditionally eaten on January 6, during the celebration of the “Día de Reyes” (literally “Kings’ Day”), which commemorates the arrival of the three Magi or Wise Men. In most of Spain, Spanish America, and sometimes, Hispanic communities in the United States, this is the day when children traditionally get presents, which are attributed to the Three Wise Men . In Mexico before children go to bed, they leave their shoes outside filled with hay or dried grass for the animals the Wise Men ride, along with a note.
The tradition of placing a trinket (figurine of the Christ Child) in the cake is very old. The baby Jesus, when hidden in the bread, represents the flight of Jesus, fleeing from King Herod‘s evil plan to kill all babies that could be the prophesied messiah. Whoever finds the baby Jesus figurine is blessed and must take the figurine to the nearest church on February 2, Candlemas Day (Día de la Candelaria). In the Mexican culture, this person also has to throw a party and provide tamales and atole to the guests.
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Fancy Pastry Shop since 1934 Delray to Allen Park 3rd Generation Baker

http://www.fancypastryshop.com/Home_Page.html
Hungarian Strudel In Hungary, it is known as Retes

The papery thin strudel dough is complemented by a variety of typically Hungarian fillings:
The Hungarians fill the papery thin strudel dough with; tart green apples, tiny black poppy seeds, crunchy walnuts, bright red cherries, ride pudding, sweet noodles, cabbage or farmers cottage or curd cheese dotted with plump raisins and whatever cake or bread crumbs are on hand. The number of different strudel fillings now-a-days, is almost limitless and includes both sweet and savoury fare. The savoury varieties are especially popular among eastern Europeans 

This Amazing small shop has been around since 1934 when is was born in Delray and moved to Allen Park in 1982. Alex is the 3rd generation baker making his grandmother’s famous recipes serving customers from all over our metro area and shipping to other states.
Famous Hungarian Bakery from Delray

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You can get wonderful Hungarian sweets @ Fancy Pastry Shop in Allen Park. It is owned by the Grandson of the original owner. (was located in Delray and moved to Allen Park) Light and fluffy treats are the norm at this suburban pastry-lover’s delight.

If it’s pastry then it can be found here. The delicious sweet treats inside the shop are a light and fluffy pastry-lovers delight. The display cases at Fancy Pastry Shop beckon patrons to try one of dozens of goodies and freshly baked desserts. Perfectly textured tarts, turnovers and danish in a wide variety of flavors have made this establishment a classic among pastry lovers.

Alex the owner greets all with a treat of there Famous Bishops Bread which he ships nationwide as the lost art of baking this centuries old delicacy is very hard to find. Since 1934 there recipe’s from Hungry haven’t changed. The strudel, Hungarian Kifli and cakes are all made with LOVE that can be tasted in every bite. Stop by try the many unique old time bakery goods that our grandparents ate and you’ll be a regular like me. Make sure to check there website out.

With the holiday season upon us many special Hungarian treats with be made that many will crave at there feast. Alex will be working hard making everyone happy, you see he bakes everything yes a one man show with some help from family when it really gets busy. Stop by try some and order a platter of goodies for all to enjoy at your festival.   ENJOY
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Hillbilly Iron Skillet Cornbread & Buttermilk I found it YUM

As a child a favorite late night snack was left over cast iron skillet cornbread chunked into a big glass of Buttermilk and salted to taste,,,for many years I’ve searched for a true southern eating spot around metro Detroit that has this,,, finally a great place called Zenith Lunch has it everyday along with Hillbilly steaks and Spam on the menu along with the most amazing Pineapple Upside Down cake.

$ 5 meals WOW Great Clean Friendly
For over 40 years this spotless clean country style eating spot is the gem of downriver and beyond.The meal prices will double wow you all are under $ 5 except 2 on menu and those are full plate meals with veggie’s, taters,bread and entree. Homemade chicken & dumplings, meatloaf, chicken and many more. The outstanding soups change daily and get this only $ 1.80 for a big bowl, I just don;t know how they do it. Breakfast specials under $3 and house made cakes and pies, Pineapple Upside down cake the best ever.

The menu has Bologna and Spam on it how cool is this along with cast iron skillet cornbread just like grandma used to make and comes with the meal instead of bread or 50 cent per large hot slice. Not the best surprise of all the have buttermilk which I ordered and added that corn bread to eat just as a kid in the 60’s for that late night snack, never have I see this in a eating spot in Michigan WOW SO GOOD ,,,, I will be a regular and you will too, you cant buy a burger at most places for under a 5 bucks let alone a hole dam meal and it’s all super too,



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