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5 New Unique Kosher Restaurants in Israel (Jerusalem, Herzlia, Ra’anana, and Moshav Bitzaron)

If there aren’t already enough restaurants in Israel to satisfy the Kosher foodie, here are 5 new ones to welcome into the mix! Each of these restaurants boasts a unique characteristic, from freshly-made pasta to a (new) old train station locale. Check ‘em out for yourself: La Pavée - (Jerusalem) A gourmet, Kosher L’Mehadrin French grill […]

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Jerusalem’s “First” Train Station: the Refurbished Station and Kosher Restaurants

In the center of Jerusalem, a few minutes walk from the Old City walls and central shopping area, lies a 19th Century train station with a route to Jaffa (that took 10 hours!) that has been dormant since 1998 when the line was closed down. [Read more about the history of the station here] I […]

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Best Kosher Vegetarian Restaurants in Jerusalem

If you’re a kosher traveler arriving to Jerusalem, you’ve pretty much arrived at kosher food mecca. It’s no surprise that finding kosher food in the holy city is as likely as bumping into your childhood friend on Ben Yehuda St. But what if you have more than one dietary restriction, like being a vegetarian? While most “dairy” restaurants […]

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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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Check out the 7th Annual Jerusalem Beer Festival

The Jerusalem Beer Festival is celebrating its 7th year at the city's historic train station, now a cultural center near Yemin Moshe and Katamon. Over 100,000 liters of more than a hundred brands from all over the world will be offered, mainstream, boutique and local brewed.

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Inbal Jerusalem Hotel to Offer Special Tu B’Av Menu at their Sofia Restaurant

Tu B'Av (ט"ו באב), known locally in Israel as the holiday of love (חג האהבה), or the "Jewish Valentine's Day". For more info on the background of this minor Jewish holiday, click here. The Inbal Jerusalem Hotel is offering diners an unique experience at their Sofia restaurant with a special Tu B'Av menu and dessert. […]

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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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KOSHER DEAL in JERUSALEM: Pizza Maestro in Rechavia

Click on the DEAL below to purchase it! Pizza Maestro — JERUSALEM — 50% OFF ₪45 for a Full Vegetable Pizza Pie + Bottle of Coke (normally ₪90) — פיצה משפחתית תוספת+קולה ב- 50% הנחה Deal ends Saturday Night Jerusalem time. קק”ל 25, רחביה , 92428 ירושלים

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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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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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