Hot Hummus at Dizengoff

This hummus is hot.

Dinner at Dizengoff, which opened at Manhattan’s Chelsea Market in May, has become one of the city’s hottest tickets, reports Gothamist.

Michael Solomonov’s counter-only spot hosts monthly suppers with Emily Seaman, Dizengoff’s chef.


There’s another one in December, which you can book online — if you’re lucky enough to get a slot. On previous menus: Pickled Persian eggplant, braised lamb shank, Yemenite beef stew, Turkish coffee custard…. and lots of hummus.

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