People buy groceries and bring them home so that they will always have food in their fridge and so that they won't have to kiss grapefruits in public in the middle of the produce aisle. Take care of private matters inside the home with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Middle Eastern Goods
Patrons can browse Hashems' vast selection for roasted Sudani-style peanuts ($4.95), Turkish coffee ($9.99), and large medjool dates ($6.95).
Hashems Nuts and Coffee Gallery
A southern Lebanese village was the first site of Hashems Nuts and Coffee Gallery, started by the current owners' grandfather—Abu Ali Sheik Theeb—in 1959. He roasted coffee and nuts fresh daily, blending spices and cooking falafel by hand that lured patrons from as far as Beirut. While the Dearborn stores are far removed from Lebanon, the Hashem family still mimics the original store's wares with daily roasted Turkish coffee, authentic recipes, and a wealth of Middle Eastern goods. Cooks can stock their pantries with Lebanese olive oil or pickled pepperoncini, and fill their spice racks with Spanish saffron and hand-mixed kibbeh spice blends. Dry-roasted or raw nuts mingle with dates and Turkish dried apricots to create a customizable trail mix. The staff also makes hookahs available for sale—like the art at museums if you bring your art to the museum and start selling it.