Open Restaurants Returns to Jerusalem

The most exciting culinary festival of the year returns to Jerusalem, 14-18 November 2017. Open Restaurants Jerusalem will take place for the second year and this time there is a full English website, as well as some English tours. The festival includes over 80 unique culinary events combining food with art, culture and innovation.

The English speaking events will be a night tour of city with stops at La Boca, Piccolino, Mousseline and Crave; a children’s tour of Shuk Machane Yehuda; a food tour of the Old City; a culinary tour of Jerusalem, including Moroccan, Ethiopian, Indian and Mexican food; and a pre-shabbat Ashkenazi food tour of Mea Shearim.  Information on all these events can be found here.

Open Restaurants Jerusalem | Photo by Tomer Foltyn Photography

Among the kosher restaurants featured in the festival are Dwiny, Station 9, Argento, Kadosh, Anna, Angelica, Crave, Hamotzi and Eucalyptus (for all kosher events, click here). The non-kosher restaurants include Machneyuda, Adom, HaSadna, Yudale and Tali Friedman’s Atelier.

Prices for the events are from NIS 35-300 per person, but there are a number of talks that are free of charge but require advance booking.

Here are my posts on Open Restaurants 2016 and the amazing cocktail workshop I attended at HaSadna – which they are repeating again this year and I highly recommend attending, full details here.

Full details of all events can be found on the Open Restaurants website.

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