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We ate lunch at Dizengoff, one of NYC's best Mediterranean restaurants

Our New Year's resolution? To visit Chef Michael Solomonov's newest hotspot.


January 10, 2017 | Latest Photo Prev Next
The crew at Dizengoff.The crew at Dizengoff.Photo: Benyamin Cohen
January 10, 2017 | Latest Photo

Here at From The Grapevine, with our robust Israeli Kitchen channel, we're big fans of Mediterranean cuisine. So when we found ourselves in New York City this week, we made a special effort to stop by Dizengoff at the bustling Chelsea Markets.

The fast casual restaurant is the latest eatery from wunderkind Israeli-American chef Michael Solomonov, who's flagship Zahav in Philadelphia has already racked up countless awards.

And our bet is that Dizengoff, which launched in 2016, will follow in those footsteps. With every variety of hummus under the sun, and perennial favorite shakshouka served all day, it's a must-visit place anytime you visit the Big Apple.

It's no wonder Bloomberg Business called Dizengoff one of the 26 most exciting restaurant openings in the world.

Everything is made fresh by the chefs at Dizengoff.Everything is made fresh by the chefs at Dizengoff. (Photo: Benyamin Cohen)

Shakshouka, a dish made with eggs and marinara sauce, is served all day at Dizengoff.Shakshouka, a popular dish made with eggs and marinara sauce, is served all day at Dizengoff. (Photo: Benyamin Cohen)

Israeli posters and memorabilia line the wall at Dizengoff.Israeli posters and memorabilia line the wall at Dizengoff. (Photo: Benyamin Cohen)

Hummus is the restaurant's main ingredient.Hummus is the restaurant's main ingredient. (Photo: Benyamin Cohen)

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