Groceries & Markets in Dearborn


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  • Good People Popcorn
    Located in historic Bricktown, Good People Popcorn invites visitors to enjoy volumes of fluffy, freshly popped kernels in its cozy, family-owned space with exposed brick walls. The shop crafts its gourmet corn kablooeys with real butter and local sugar and envelops them in a cornucopia of scrumptious flavors such as caramel, cheese, cinnamon, and chili cheese. Snackers can pull up a chair and enjoy a hot bag of classic butter ($1–$2), kettle ($2–$3), or cinnamon ($2.50–$6) corn with a glass of fresh-squeezed lemonade or hot apple cider. One-gallon tins filled with butter ($18) or a toothsome mix of crispy caramel and savory cheddar ($24) corn let patrons dash off with munchies to go, as well as a vast supply of fodder for DIY decorative garlands. Practical and pleasing mementos, such as men's and women's T-shirts ($10) and insulated travel mugs ($5) bearing Good People Popcorn logos, commemorate the art of this treasured treat, discovered after food scientists' disastrous attempts to pop eggplant and rutabaga.
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    633 Beaubien St
    Detroit, MI US
  • Dollar Castle Superstore
    Dollar Castle's shelves brim with everyday necessities such as groceries and home goods stocked alongside toys, party supplies, gift packaging, and seasonal decorations. Shoppers can prepare for the holiday season with gift boxes and Christmas decorations primed to turn any home into an exact replica of Santa's igloo. Party supplies such as dinnerware, table covers, and paper products help to host extra guests, while storage containers are ready to stash away leftovers or the especially good pie that never got served. While perusing the aisles, customers can also stock up on cozy gloves, mittens, and scarves. Much like the exchange rate for a Sacagawea coin, most items in the store go for $1.
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    14501 W 7 Mile Rd
    Detroit, MI US
  • Prince Valley Market
    You can check off a lot of groceries and errands from your list at Prince Valley Market. The market specializes in Mexican- and Latin-American groceries—there’s an in-house tortilleria that turns out handmade tortillas, for example. There’s a substantial produce section with locally raised veggies, as well as a bakery where you can order custom-made birthday cakes. Beyond standard grocery shopping, though, you can also take advantage of in-store convenience services such as cashing a check, buying stamps, sending packages, or converting loose coins into bills and coupons for shoulder massages. The market is a one-stop shop for parties: colorful, custom-made cakes and treat-stuffed piñatas are available. You can even stop by the Baja Mexican Grill for a tasty lunch of carnitas, enchiladas, and rotisserie chicken.
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    5931 Michigan Ave
    Detroit, MI US
  • Energy 4 Life
    At Energy 4 Life––a member of the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy––certified therapists aim to help patients purge their bodies of toxins and disease with soothing colon hydrotherapy, herbal extracts, enzymes, and cleanses. Herbal body wraps can shrink inches from midriffs while saunas warm the skin and boost calorie-burning capabilities with far-infrared light. Natural household products help customers to maintain healthy regimens at home, with soaps, lotions, toothpaste, and shampoo made from herbs and tinctures, rather than from industrial chemicals and fake plants.
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    16135 Mack Ave
    Detroit, MI US
  • Café con Leche
    "Caf? Con Leche," MLive's David Muller muses, "is the type of coffee shop where you can sit down, meet people and stay for a few minutes or hours." This is most likely thanks to its spacious, sun-soaked interior and the fact that its owner hails from Barcelona, where leisurely coffee shops abound. This Spanish influence is deliciously evident in the drinks, which boast Latin recipes and postmarks from Colombia stamped on each bean. The gathering spot also offers up bocadillos, or sandwiches on hearty baguettes, to accompany freshly brewed coffee.
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    4200 W Vernor Hwy
    Detroit, MI US
  • Eastern Market Corporation
    When Eastern Market opened in 1850, it primarily served as a depot for hay and wood. Over the past 160 years—all spent in the same location—the hub has evolved to include farm-fresh produce, butcher-quality meats, and the nation's largest open-air flowerbed market. The late Victorian architecture, murals, and more than 150 local merchants capture the spirit of Detroit and make the market an engaging way to spend a Saturday.
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    2934 Russell Street
    Detroit, MI US
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