The guide I hired to take Teddy and me on an historical tour of Jerusalem came equipped with a plan for the day — clearly unaware that any itinerary he might provide would have to include the lunch spot of my choice.
Arriving in Jerusalem we had lunch at Happy Fish, the seafood restaurant in the Mamilla Hotel.
I earned my breakfast this morning, because this morning I set out at 4 a.m. with my son Teddy and hiked up to the top of Masada.
The evening was filled with so much love that the food would almost seem secondary — except that the bride was a culinary Countess, so it was amazing.
A day at the beach includes seafood curry and rosé at a seaside restaurant called Manta Ray.
This whole trip is basically a food lover’s paradise, but this morning’s adventure was a highlight. We began the day with a tour of Levinsky Market, a glorious strip of food stalls, guided by Gil Hovav, the wildly knowledgeable and entertaining Israeli food writer and TV host, who is a friend of the bride. (He was stopped along the way by several locals who approached asking to take selfies with him.)
On her first day on vacation in Tel Aviv, our food editor starts the day with a classic Israeli breakfast dish — and a shot of arak.
A kibbutz with delicious food in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood? Well, kind of.
David’s Brisket House is hosting a dinner to raise money for HIAS, which once helped Jewish refugees and now helps Muslim ones.
For National Donut Day, indulge in some sweet statistics, a dozen free doughnuts and a fresh perspective on office friendships.