Family style restaurant, open late on weekends till 4am; authentic middle eastern cuisine; in business for 30 years, 3 locations:Oak Park, Sterling Heights, Farmington Hills; dine-in, carryout, small and large banquets, catering for all occassions!
Stacked with Sy Ginsberg meats and served with homemade kettle chips, Front Page Deli's lineup of 22 newspaper-themed sandwiches cures both lunch and dinner cravings. The Headliner ($5.99 for a half, $7.99 for a regular) slips corned beef and swiss cheese onto mustard-slathered halves of an onion roll, and rye bread cushions the Authority's layers of hot brisket roast beef, coleslaw, and russian dressing. Diners can satiate freshwater appetites or pet orcas weaned on people food with the Weekend sandwich, which tops deep-fried cod and tartar sauce with lettuce, tomato, and american cheese. Patrons can plunge forks into eight specialty salads ($6.99 for a small, $8.99 for a large) such as the caesar and Baby Blue, or gussy up all-beef hot dogs with chili cheese, onions, and mustard ($3.49). Burgers ($4.99–$7.99) marshal an entourage of steak fries, and glass bottles of Michigan-made sodas ($1.98) drain swiftly for onsite speed rounds of model-ship building.
Strawberry Moon's menu serves up freshly baked bread and pastries made from organic flour plucked straight from the vine. Lovers of loaves can opt for breads ranging from classics such as honey whole wheat ($3.89) to game-changing explosions of flour-flecked flavor such as jalapeño cheddar ($5.89). Dessert desirers need look no further than the pastries, muffins, and cookies—including the bakery's namesake, a crescent confection topped with pink icing—lining the bakery's shelves. Despite the sweet-tooth façade put up by Strawberry Moon, a streak of eclectic edibles runs through the fare, as sandwiches and pizzas also populate the menu. Gourmet pizzas include the Full Moon ($15.19 for a 14-inch pizza), a flavorful caravan of meats, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, black olives, and pineapple, and the Julius C ($15.09 for a 14-inch pizza), a satisfying slab of creamy Caesar sauce, mozzarella, romano, grilled chicken, and fresh tomato. Oven-baked sandwiches of note include a cucumber sandwich ($6.19) with wasabi and Swiss cheese, and the Funky Monkey ($4.89), where banana and honey ride a groovy bass line of organic peanut butter.
LaBasha's catering pros bring dishes from a menu of savory Lebanese fare to wedding receptions, corporate events, or simple picnics. Dishes such as spinach pie, falafel, and lemon-pepper whitefish are also available for takeout, along with carrot juice and creative concoctions from a fresh juice bar.