Café Anoush Reopens for the Summer

WATERTOWN, Mass.—On Thurs., July 11, Café Anoush will reopen its doors for the summer season. Held on Thursday evenings through August 29, the café has become a place for community members to gather and socialize over dinner. It is located in the courtyard of the Armenian Cultural and Educational Center (ACEC), on 47 Nichols Ave. in Watertown.

The ACEC, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, has served the community for decades. In turn, the organizers hope members of the community will show their support to the center, while enjoying a traditional Middle Eastern and Armenian menu that includes a variety of kebabs (losh, beef, and chicken), pilaf, hommus, tabbouleh, tahn (yogurt drink), and complimentary coffee. It is also offering a rich dessert menu, including khadayif, ice cream, sorbet, and strawberry shortcake.

For more information or to make reservations, call (617)-926-6067.

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  1. I would love to get up to date news from where I grew up. Most of my cousins and their kids grew up and and attend St.Stephens Armenian School til present day. Thank you

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