Outside Quincave on a 3rd thursday of november… Beaujolais Nouveau in Montparnasse Quincave is a gem of a caviste/wine bar lost on the very conventional 14th arrondissement, It’s like it had been put there to remind us that there has…
So most people associate Israel with religious sights … or hot clubs (play or pray, yes?) Yet increasingly the state is known for its excellent wine. Recently I had the chance to meet up with one of the second wave of pioneers (winemakers who learned from the original mavens), a gentleman named Ze’ev Dunie. “So […]
Perhaps you’ve heard that classic Beach Boys song about two girls for every boy. Well ladies, the good news in Tel Aviv is that there’s about thirty guys for every girl, and you can find them at the various clubs that has recently made Tel Aviv a club destination in itself. When I first […]
At first, I didn’t quite know what to think when I discovered our #goisrael farewell dinner would be at Machneyuda. Typically a farewell dinner is a formal affair, and when I was advised to “dress casual” I did not know what to expect. So like any self-respecting foodie I checked out the reviews. The place […]
The name “King David Hotel” comes to mind when booking a hotel in Israel. For many people, Jerusalem represents the chance to a chance to view the Old City where historical biblical characters lived and where today’s new generation continue on the work of their fathers and grandfathers. This is really one of the most […]
“I was born into a Tahini making family,” said Iraqi born Moshe Bason, owner of “Eucalyptus” restaurant in the old city of Jerusalem. We are gathered in his modern looking restaurants near the gates of the city. As soon as we step in, there is a vibe both peaceful and energizing impossible to describe. […]
Okay, so if you’re traveling the wine country – or in any other incidence when you are attending a conference or in a remote place for a limited amount of time – chances are you check into a nice hotel and have zero time to explore all its pleasures. Yes, this was my experience […]
Israel offers a multitude of food cultures, one of the least well known that of the Druze, a sect that is highly religious, believes in reincarnation, and like all Israelis, loves great food. We tour the Galilee region with local food expert Paul Nirens, who finds local cooks from different ethnicities and offers classes […]
Sheldon Nadelman took 2,600 photos from 1972 to 1982 when he was a bartender across Eighth Avenue from the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
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Pumpkin Bog is the most popular wine for Prairie Berry Winery in Hill City, according to spokesperson Michelle Slott. The wine was released Oct. 1 …
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