Miss Ada, in Brooklyn’s vibrant Fort Greene, serves up a unique twist on Mediterranean food with local and seasonal ingredients. Led by Israeli-born Chef/Owner Tomer Blechman, the menu features a blend of traditional and contemporary dishes. Fresh herbs from the restaurant’s sun-drenched garden add a deliciously fresh element to the dishes and cocktails.

Israeli Coffee Shop NYC, Manhattan (WABC) — A month after Hamas terrorists surprised Israel and launched a war that shook the region, New York City residents lined up down the block outside of a Jewish-owned Upper East Side coffee shop in support of its owner. Caffe Aronne was facing closure after its entire barista staff walked out in protest over the owner’s support of Israel. But a community came together to help the owner keep his doors open, and word spread so quickly that customers were lining up down Lexington Avenue.

Sip and Savor: Experience the Israeli Coffee Shop Culture in NYC

In a city as diverse as NYC, there are plenty of restaurants that celebrate a variety of cultures and cuisines. And it’s no different when it comes to Israeli restaurants. Some are even a bit controversial, like Ayat in Bay Ridge, where Palestinian flags hang on the cozy storefront and a glass case displays grape leaves, fried eggplant, and beef pies.

Another is Zatar, which opens Tuesday in the lobby of The Hoxton Hotel in Williamsburg. It’s the new full-service restaurant, bar and cafe from the owners of Philadelphia’s acclaimed Israeli grill Laser Wolf. The team hopes to bring the same energy and authenticity of their Philly locations to Brooklyn.

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