Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Steam Flavor Opens in Former Power Cafe Space in Watertown

A new Brazilian restaurant has come to the western suburbs of Boston, and it takes over the space where a cafe that was staffed and run by people with disabilities had been.

The Watertown TAB is reporting that Steam Flavor is now open in Watertown, moving into the former Power Cafe space on Lexington Street. The article says that the new dining spot offers a buffet that includes local cuts of beef, chicken, and pork along with a salad bar, with diners weighing their plates and being charged $7.49 per pound. According to the article, Steam Flavor co-owner Roni Louzada hopes to open more locations of Steam Flavor, focusing on neighborhoods that have a Brazilian population but are not well-represented with Brazilian dining spots.

Power Cafe closed last fall after being in business for approximately a year.

The address for the new Steam Flavor is 45 Lexington Street, Watertown, MA, 02472. Its website can be found at

[Earlier Article]
Power Cafe in Watertown Has Closed

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