by Marc Hurwitz
A longtime favorite for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food is being sold.
According to an article from Boston Magazine, Cafe Jaffa in the Back Bay is up for sale, as the owner has decided to retire after running the Gloucester Street restaurant for 27 years. The post mentions that the dining spot will remain open while the place is on the market, serving lunch and dinner daily.
Cafe Jaffa first opened in 1991, serving such items as falafel, hummus, stuffed grape leaves, shish kabob, chicken schnitzel, lamb chops, stuffed peppers, and schwarma.
The address for Cafe Jaffa is 48 Gloucester Street, Boston, MA, 02115. Its website can be found at http://www.cafejaffa.net/
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