A chain of cafes based in Israel has chosen a space for its first U.S. location. Landwer Cafe will land in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood (more specifically in the Audubon Circle section), moving into a new building constructed on the site that was formerly home to Elephant Walk, according to Boston Restaurant Talk.
With dozens of locations in Israel, Landwer announced plans late last year to open two locations in North America, one in Boston and another in Toronto, Canada, which opened in February. Now, The Boston Sun reports that the Boston cafe could open in October within the new mixed-use development in Audubon Circle. Landwer Cafe will seat 80 inside and 40 outside seasonally, operating daily from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The restaurant specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, in addition to coffee. The menu includes items such as shakshuka, muesli, salads, sandwiches, pizza, and more. Landwer will also apply for a beer and wine license.