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Detroit - ISO lamb shoulder? Holiday Market (RO) stopped carrying. Best fish market since Superior breakup?

medicine | Sep 25, 202002:20 PM     2

I'm relatively new to the greater Detroit area. I have discovered holiday market in Royal oak, MI and used to enjoy shopping at their meat counter.

Unfortunately they stopped carrying lamb shoulder which is the only reasonably priced piece of lamb that I can justify getting for kids at this point.

I would like to support and meat grocery store that has lamb shoulder.

Their seafood counter is okay at holiday market. I wouldn't say it's anything to write home about but it's better than anything I found so far. I heard Superior used to be great but I moved here after they closed or had a family break up or something. Are they ever going to reopen? Where do you get your seafood now that superior is closed?

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