This Jerusalem staple has been a downtown favourite for many travellers and live music lovers. Hear music ranging from jazz, ... More
This Jerusalem staple has been a downtown favourite for many travellers and live music lovers. Hear music ranging from jazz, blues, acoustic folk, and improvisational grooves from bands like Not Yo Mama, Blue Greene Quartet and Extentra Electric Blues. There are many places to chill both inside on the low-lying tables and outside on the spacious patio. The fare is comparable to most bars in town with some beers on tap and light munchie type food. Surprisingly, there is never a cover charge.
This is an American/English speaking bar whose patrons include a small number of regulars supplemented on Friday and Saturday by English speaking students from the Hebrew University and from Jerusalem's other educational institutions. At about 10:30 almost every night one can find music being played, usually covers of classic rock. There is a bar and several tables inside and also several benches outside. The staff is friendly. The only downside is that you will never find any native-born Israelis and you will never hear Hebrew in this bar. (This can be a plus sometimes).
The restaurant is in a garden; it is a haven of serenity with its bright flowers and palms and the
sound of birdsong and running water. The bilingual menu offers a mixture of cakes and drinks, light snacks and ...
Located in a quiet neighbourhood of downtown Jerusalem near the original Bezalel Art School, this congregation was founded in 1925.
The present congregation, reinstituted in 1996, is a member of the Baptist Convention of Israel and is affiliated with ...
One of the most popular hangouts for trendy locals, here you will find one of the largest selection of liqueurs
in Israel. Behind the neon lit bar is a gleaming row of every bottle imaginable from Chivas Regal whisky ...