The Alexandria Planning Commission has approved a plan to reopen the former Sultan Kabob at 1024 Cameron St. as a Middle Eastern restaurant — complete with a hookah bar and lounge on the second floor, the Alexandria Times reported.
Since 1990, the building has been home to several delicatessen-style restaurants and markets. After the closing of its most recent tenant, Sultan Kabob, in 2007, the space has remained empty. The eatery will seat approximately 80 people, and it expects to serve between 75 to 100 customers daily.
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