Comfort Kitchen uplifts local community and celebrates African diaspora

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This new restaurant, which will open this summer, is the perfect place to go for anything from a cup of coffee to date nights. Comfort Kitchen will serve comfort food, but not your average bowl of mac and cheese. Their focus will be on the African diaspora, stretching from Asia to the Americas and sharing unique flavors and spices. Their menu will feature new dishes a few times per year, keeping of course its signature staples like a momo and your morning espresso.

Comfort Kitchen’s goal is to lift up their community and make a positive impact by partnering with local businesses and enriching their neighborhood of Upham’s Corner.

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