Jaffa is a Beverly Grove restaurant that’s one of our favorite new spots for Middle Eastern food. Located in the middle of 3rd Street, the menu at Jaffa is definitely on the healthier side - but doesn’t taste healthy. From their housemade kubaneh bread to the North African chickpea stew to the lamb couscous, this food is exactly what you want in the middle of a tough week. The very pretty space feels sort of like a fancy ocean-adjacent cafe, and would be great for anything from date night to after-work snacks to drinking wine on the front patio.
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