By Chad Umble |
B-Peace Cafe, which offers Ethiopian and American food, has opened in Lancaster, PA.
The cafe at 701 E. Walnut St. has traditional Ethiopian dishes such as tibs (lamb sautéed with onion, jalapeno, Ethiopian butter) kita firfir (spiced bread with Ethiopian butter) and ful (crushed black-eyed peas with onion, garlic, boiled eggs and Ethiopian spices.)
There’s also subs, burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches and wings as well as a breakfast menu that includes pancakes and omelets.
In addition, the cafe has ice cream as well as Ethiopian and American coffee.
B-Peace Cafe has seating for 24 and also offers some to-go items, including Ethiopian spices and coffee.
The cafe at East Walnut and North Franklin streets is owned by Biniam Demmelash and Selamawit Ketema who bought the property in March 2011 and have slowly been renovating it. They have one employee.
B-Peace Cafe takes a space that has been occupied by a variety of restaurants, including Walnut Street Saloon, Picasso’s Bar, Tails Bar and Grill, and Franklin Tavern.
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