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The fun and festive Liberty Market in downtown Gilbert is a great place to enjoy the holiday season. It is a place to indulge in some food that will remind you of home.

Liberty market serves food during all hours of the day, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. 

For breakfast you can have a delicious sweet potato muffin and a cortadito. 

For lunch you can get one of the best plates of caprese in Arizona. With the fresh tomatoes and perfect pieces of basil, not only is the tomato and basil delicious, but the fresh mozzarella is absolutely perfect. Its creamy, smooth texture surely makes the perfect meal to indulge yourself. 

For dinner, you can also get the best mac and cheese in the city. It’s perfect, shell noodles that collect the creamy cheese sauce inside of them make it absolutely delicious.The noodles are cooked to perfection, not chewy and not hard. To top it all off, it has crunchy bread crumbs sprinkled on top of the delicious bowl of mac and cheese.

The restaurant is full of one of a kind items. The coffee machine, that makes the cortadito coffee, is extremely expensive, and can only found in England. Joe Johnston had to export the machine out of England. Joe wanted something that no one else in town would have. That’s one of the many things that make Liberty Market such a unique place.

The market came from a grocery store and it was originally a popular grocery store on the corner of Gilbert and Page road.

Liberty Market is a cute little restaurant and every detail in the restaurant has a purpose. The different bathroom stalls are dedicated to all of the different owners of the restaurant. Each stall has a personalized music playlist dedicated to each founder of the restaurant. The first restroom stall belongs to the chef, he has his different recipes covering the walls.The wife of the chef has the Montana mountains sprawled across the walls. Joe Johnston’s stall is covered with images of Vespa rides through Italy. The last stall for the founder would be Joe Johnston’s wife. Her stall is covered with tiles with a wallpaper on the back of the door that was an image of a beautiful plain full of wildflowers. 

The restaurant is an overall unique place with genuinely good food that will make you feel right at home.