Eating pious pastries in Mea She'arim
In the first installment of a three-part series about eating and drinking in Mea She'arim, we visit the ultra-Orthodox hood's bakeries.
Jerusalem’s ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods are an intimidating and mysterious labyrinth to most secular visitors. This cityscape, bustling with life yet severely conservative – its walls plastered with signs demanding that women dress modestly and urging tourist groups to stay out – can also appear hostile to the stranger.
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