According to the folks at Saveur, you can't go wrong with a foodie tour of Tel Aviv.
Want to step out of the culinary box? Feast your eyes on these international guides.
Flexibility allows these makeshift eateries to literally 'pop up' without commitment, and be more creative with dishes.
Flavors of the Mediterranean have captured tastebuds in The Big Easy.
This Israeli cowboy ranch will make you tip your hat to nostalgia. The steak ain't bad, either.
Food and drink are served with a smile at Manhattan's Jack's Wife Freda.
New restaurants in England's capital are bringing a new approach to Mediterranean cuisine.
Restaurateur Todd Ginsberg is bringing authentic Israeli cuisine to urban Atlanta.
Powerhouse couple Abdel and Sivan Baron Ouedraogo open Israeli cafe and music lounge to bring people together.
A New Orleans-themed bakery is introducing biscuits and Mississippi mud pies to Israelis.
There are many unusual restaurants, but we think these take the cake. And you may or may not want the cake when you've finished your meal. Bon appetit!
Award-winning baker and Breads Bakery co-owner Uri Scheft bakes tantalizing creations that reflect his Israeli and Danish background.
In the 2014 International Chocolate Awards, Israeli chocolatier Ika Cohen won a gold medal using a traditional spice blend in a non-traditional way.
With popular restaurants and a new book, chef Einat Admony brings a taste of Israel to America.
These Israeli restaurants that have taken root in the United States might just replace your usual spots for coffee, lunch and dessert.