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A Trove of Shakshuka Arrives in Cleveland Circle

Cafe Landwer now has two locations in Boston

Cafe Landwer
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Israeli chain and shakshuka paradise Cafe Landwer just opened its second Boston-area location, moving into new digs at 383 Chestnut Hill Ave. in Cleveland Circle. The cafe made its debut last Wednesday, July 18, opening about two miles down the road from its first location.

Cafe Landwer’s Audubon Circle location opened last winter as the first in the United States. The chain previously opened a location in Toronto, Canada, in 2017, in its first foray outside of Israel. The restaurant specializes in Mediterranean dishes, with several kinds of shakshuka including versions with eggplant and feta or halloumi and spinach.

The hearty menu also includes egg dishes, yogurt with granola, toast with jam, sandwiches, salads, pizza, and more.

While its Audubon Circle counterpart serves alcohol, the new location does not yet have a liquor license.

The Cleveland Circle cafe is open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

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Cafe Landwer (Audubon Circle)

900 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02215 Visit Website

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