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Farmers' market favorite Seta's Mediterranean opens a shop in Belmont

Posted by Kara Baskin  October 15, 2013 09:00 AM

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You know her and love her from various farmers' markets around the area, and now Seta Dakessian has her very own shop in Belmont. Seta's Mediterranean Foods has a permanent home at Seta's Cafe, which opened this week, according to her Facebook page.

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The cash-only shop sells breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a rotating menu highlighting seasonal ingredients; she specializes in vegetarian and vegan fare. Expect locally sourced hummus, baba ghanoush, cheese pies, stuffed grape leaves, and her speciality, peda bread. Before opening her shop, Dakessian worked at the very excellent Concord Cheese Shop.

Seta's Cafe, 271 Belmont St., Belmont

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