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✈ Keeping Kosher in Northern Galilee (Galil), Israel

Contributed by: Laurie Rappeport | Last Date of Travel: December 2012 Kosher Information: Stupps, Moshav Amirim Visitors to Mt. Meron (Har Meron) and the Meron region can enjoy a dairy meal at Stupps in Moshav Amirim, 15 minutes west of Safed next to Mt. Meron. The menu is dairy and includes salads, appetizers, casseroles, soups, […]

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✈ Keeping Kosher in Tzfat (Safed), Israel

Contributed by: Laurie Rappeport | Author resides in Tzfat Kosher Info: Over the past 30 years the religious population of the city has increased along with tourists who expect to find high quality kosher food in the city. These days there are a wide range of kosher restaurants from which to choose. One of the […]

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6 Best Winter Destinations for 2013

The arrival of winter in the northern hemisphere doesn't have to mean months of being stuck indoors. Many kosher travelers head down south towards warmer climates as soon as the thermometer hits below 70°F, while others hit the slopes to breathe in the cool air and cut loose in fresh snow. Here are five fantastic […]

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Kosher Options at Ben-Gurion Airport (TLV)

Text and photos by @AmySpiro, Israel correspondent UPDATED: No matter how much you fill yourself up on food while on vacation in Israel, you’re bound to get hungry when you face a two hour or longer wait at the airport before your flight home. Of all airports in the world, Ben-Gurion is probably the most […]

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Best Kosher Sushi Restaurants in Jerusalem, Israel

Once you’ve had your fill of falafel and schwarma on the streets of Jerusalem, you’ll be happy to know that there is more variety to be had in Israel’s capital. Over the past couple of decades, Jerusalem has become a cosmopolitan city, with restaurants offering up cuisine from French to Chinese, Italian and Latin American. […]

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Visiting Gush Etzion, Israel

Shalom from the Gush! Only minutes away for Jerusalem, is a unique cluster of Jewish communities known as Gush Etzion, aka “The Gush.” In Hebrew Gush means bloc. So in English these communities would be called the Etzion Bloc. The bloc has a rich history that represents Jewish nationalist idealism. Without getting into politics, today […]

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Café Yonita in Tel Aviv [Review]

On our third day in Israel, we headed over to check out Tel Aviv and Yafo. We met up with a friend of Dani's (Jonah) who made Aliyah and lives in Tel Aviv. He showed us around the streets of Tel Aviv and took us to the Nachalat Binyamin Artists market, which they have on […]

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Café Tapuz in Bazra Moshav, Israel [Guest Review]

Thank you to Claire Horwich (@PrinceHorwich) for this review while she was in Israel recently.   Cafe Tapuz – Nehalim Street, Bazra Moshav, Israel Phone: 09-746-9322     Café Tapuz is located in an orange grove in Moshav Bazra (Batzra/Batsra/Basra – or however it is spelled in English) in the Sharon region of Israel (directly […]

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Roladin, Mamilla Mall, Jerusalem [Review]

Roladin is a delicious bakery/ restaurant/ cafe I had the opportunity of trying on a recent stay in Jerusalem. The restaurant is located at the Mamilla mall, near the Jaffa Gate of the Old City. The place is somewhat pricey for dairy, but well worth it. The restaurant offers a well lit indoor seating area, […]

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Jerusalem Kosher DEAL: 50% off at Bistro Hayo Haya

Click on the DEAL to purchase it. Bistro “Hayo Haya” — Jerusalem, Israel — 50% off Spend ₪30, Get ₪60 worth of food Deal expires 4pm Thursday, Israel time. 42 Agrippas St. Jerusalem Tel: 02-6221793, 050-2211332 http://www.2eat.co.il/hayo-haya

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Tel Aviv Listed as #3 City to Visit in 2011 by Lonely Planet

We’re really excited by Lonely Planet’s pick of Tel Aviv as the #3 city to visit this year, albeit, we are not shocked. Tel Aviv is super cosmopolitan, culture-rich, bustling with day and nightlife, both modern and historical, and has places for us Kosher travelers to eat and enjoy Israeli / Middle Eastern cuisine. Please […]

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Café Joe opens Kosher branch in #Jerusalem

This article was originally posted to: Jpost Café Joe, which had earned a name for itself among coffee connoisseurs in Tel Aviv, has opened a kosher branch in Jerusalem. When it was established in 1997, Cafe Joe was not much more than a small neighborhood coffee shop on Hahashmonaim Street in Tel Aviv, dishing out […]

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Israel’s Kosher Wineries and their Kosher Restaurants [Listing]

Special thanks to Esther Cohen from MyIsraelWineTours.com for compiling this list, and for her amazing insights into Israel’s Kosher wine scene. CARMEL REGION The Carmel Region – 45 minutes North of Tel Aviv on the Mediterranean Coast. Tishbi Estate Winery is technically located in Binyamina on Route 652 (near Zichron Yaakov). Along with being the […]

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Israeli Wine Tours: Jerusalem Area Vineyards & Wineries by My Israel Wine Tours

This past Friday, Eighteen young adults from the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem area enjoyed a kosher wine tour of two wineries in the Jerusalem region, Tzuba Winery and Agur Wunery, hosted by My Israel Wine Tours. At Tzuba winery they visited the ancient wine press (from the time of the Second Temple) & vineyards and […]

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Netanya Kosher Food Festival: Aug. 17-19

The Kosher Food Festival will take place this year on the Argaman Boardwalk in Netanya on Tuesday – Thursday, August 17-19th, between 18:00-23:00 (6-11pm).

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