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Cantoro’s sector and restaurant highlighted on the Cooking Channel

Cantoro’s sector and restaurant highlighted on the Cooking Channel

Mangia, Mangia! That’s Italian for “to try to eat” and in the title of a Cooking Channel episode Wednesday showcasing Cantoro’s Italian Marketplace in Plymouth.

The episode, Mangia Foods, was filmed two a long time in the past and will air at 9 p.m. on the Meals Paradise show. Mangia Meals, takes a tour of Italy at quite a few locations in the course of in the country without the need of leaving the states, in accordance to the episodes description at cookingchanneltv.com.

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When the episode was filmed in July 2018, Alex Bazzy, the restaurant’s basic supervisor, explained to the Cost-free Push the film crew would focus mostly on the cafe within just the industry. 

Cantoro’s 55,000-sq.-foot Plymouth industry opened in March 2014. Within the Italian specialty industry is a bakery, meat, deli and pasta counter, well prepared meals and a lot more. The trattoria is open for lunch and evening meal and seats 80. There is certainly also a area in Livonia on Middlebelt Highway. 

A Cantoro Italian Trattoria opened in June 2018 at the rear of Troy’s San Marino Club at 1695 E. Massive Beaver Street. It closed following just far more than a calendar year in procedure.  

The Cantoro brand was founded by Mario Fallone. The second-technology household company is owned by brothers John and Michael Fallone.

Cantoro Market place & Trattoria in Plymouth is at 15550 N. Haggerty Highway. For restaurant reservations, call 734-667-1199.

Get in touch with Susan Selasky: 313-222-6872 or [email protected]. Comply with @SusanMariecooks on Twitter. 

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