"We wanted a place where students and young Jerusalemites could come and feel at home, with familiar food and good drinks," Gilad continues. "We also wanted to keep the prices lower than the surrounding bars and restaurants so that students would be attracted. My partner Itai Alter and I weren't much older than students at the time and we understood their situation."
|Itai Alter (left) and Gilad Levy,|
owners of the Tel Aviv Kitchen & Bar in Jerusalem
The Israeli beers on tap are plain and unfiltered Goldstar and Shapiro Stout (24-28 shekels for an "Israeli pint"). In bottled beer, there are the three kinds of Herzl, Shapiro Pale Ale, Malka Blond, and Negev Oasis and Passion Fruit. Prices range from 26 to 30 shekels.
There is also a lovely selection of imported bottled beer, mostly Belgian strong blond ales, but also Monster Ale from Brooklyn and Fuller's IPA from England, which is definitely worth a taste. Prices for these bottles are 26 to 33 shekels.
The Tel Aviv Kitchen & Bar is also known for its home-made flavored arak(!), including peanut butter, banana, lotus, apple, cinnamon, and dried fruit.
There's a happy hour with 1 + 1 on all alcohol from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m.
The Tel Aviv Kitchen & Bar in Jerusalem is the place for a night out with familiar pub food and a good choice of Israeli craft beers.
Shushan Purim Sameach!
Wow! Sounds like my kind of place. Can't wait to try them out! Is there a reason why you didn't mention the Kashrut status of the place directly in the article?ReplyDelete
I am a grandfather in a great-grandfather's body. This will save me the arduous journey to Tel Aviv.ReplyDelete
What's the kashrut. Readers may want to know. I do.ReplyDelete