Tel Aviv, the city that never stops dining
Veteran journalist Natan Dunevich has been enjoying good food in Tel Aviv since the 1930s. Now he has put out an intriguing book on the subject.
Wooden bookshelves cover most of the walls of the dark, air-conditioned Tel Aviv apartment on Rothschild Boulevard. The shelves that stretch from the living room floor to the ceiling are devoted to CDs of classical music; those in the study are filled with videotapes of productions from the world’s great opera houses.