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Cappadocia Closed by Health Department

Written By Scott Joseph On October 30, 2015

Cappadocia notice

Cappadocia, the Turkish restaurant that moved into the former Cafe Italiano space on Semoran Boulevard in east Orlando, has been closed since Tuesday. A large yellow notice on the door states that it has been closed “to protect public health and safety” and that it must be inspected and approved by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants before it can reopen. The greeting on the restaurant’s phone answering machine says that it is closed due to plumbing problems. We all know how difficult it is to get a plumber in an emergency, but four days? That’s a long time for a restaurant to be turning away business. More when it is learned.




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