The West Bank’s Beer Baron Turns to Wine Tel Aviv Table Podcast

Food trucks are making their way within Israel; The Open Restaurants festival is around the corner; Coffee price wars; And gourmet gas station food.

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The West Bank’s beer baron turns to wine
Last weekend, Nadim Khoury opened his winery to the public for the first-ever Taybe Vinfest. The Tel Aviv Table visits the festival to meet the man dubbed the Booze Baron of the West Bank.

FOOD NEWS: Trucks, festivals, coffee & highway food!
Food trucks are making their way into relevancy within Israel, the Open Restaurants festival is around the corner, coffee price wars, and gourmet gas station food in this week’s food news.

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