Updated: Nestled in the Grand Mall... infamous for that Kroger parking lot and popular for Orange Theory, Kim Rose, Estelle Public House and more, is a new market & bakery.

Soon, fans of great Middle Eastern flavors will have the new Zaman Middle Eastern Market Place & Bakery.

Where is Zaman Middle Eastern Market Place & Bakery Located?

Their location is toward the opposite end of the Grand Mall, from Kroger.

If you're directionally challenged, no worries. Here's a map.

Credit: Google Maps, Canva
Credit: Google Maps, Canva

It's located right next to the UPS store and Estelle Public House in the old Lefty's Cheesesteaks location.

Fans excited to have their favorites nearby.

Excited folks, in one of the Grand Blanc Community Facebook Groups, are already happy they won't have to make the drive to Dearborn.

The market place & bakery will sell "homemade bread, fresh shawarmas, skewers, and hot food" according to details owner Carmel Halloun provided to MLive.


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Look Closely and you'll notice interior work in progress. Credit Nate Reed

While the new market place & bakery isn't a restaurant, many folks probably know the restaurant Halloun owns in Flint Township, Taboon.

See Also: Michigan's First, New Aussie Grill Set to Open in 2024.

When will Zaman Middle Eastern Market Place & Bakery Open?

Early February is the target opening date. The new shop plans to be open seven days a week.

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