CLOSED: Caffe Boa Bistro

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Well, it ain't due to any health inspection issues.

Caffe Boa Bistro, the Italian-inspired eatery in the Las Sendras Plaza in Mesa, has closed for business.

A spin-off the the original location in Tempe (both are owned by Jay and Christine Wisniewski, and the Tempe spot was once home to local celebu-chef and Welcome Diner pop-up master Payton Curry), Caffe Boa Bistro prided itself on fresh ingredients, a seasonal menu, and an upscale yet casual atmosphere.

An employee at the original Caffe Boa in Tempe confirmed the Mesa location is no longer in business. Onwer Jay Wisniewski could not be reached for comment at this time.

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