Hours after landing in Israel, the comedian Jerry Seinfeld was spotted at a well-known falafel eatery ahead of his two shows there.
Wearing a blue polo shirt and a New York Mets baseball cap, Seinfeld was photographed ordering food on Friday at Falafel Hakosem, an eatery situated half a mile east of the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv.
אז ג׳רי סיינפלד הגיע לאכול אצל הקוסם ושאל אותו אם הוא הפלאפל נאצי (הקטע עם הנאצי המצאנו) pic.twitter.com/qkvHFyE7FY— Time Out Tel Aviv (@TimeOutTA) December 29, 2017
Hakosem Falafel has oft been described as one of the city's best.
Seinfield, one of the most famous Jewish comedians of all time, is scheduled to perform at Tel Aviv’s Menorah Mivtachim Arena on Saturday night. He performed four sold-out shows in a row there during his previous visit to Israel in 2015.
In September, Seinfeld released a new comedy special on Netflix, titled “Jerry Before Seinfeld.”
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