Nir Barkat took action in East Jerusalem, but mostly to benefit Jewish settlers ■ He made the city more secular friendly, but sparked a crisis with the church ■ The politician in him often triumphed over the mayor
Jerusalem Restaurant: Rabbinate Charging More for Kashrut Certification Due to Russian, Ethiopian Workers
Owner of 'Halita'tea' teahouse says Rabbinate acted at best without just cause and at worst out of racism or bigotry
The place is reopening despite what insiders call the mayor’s efforts to mollify the ultra-Orthdox community ahead of the next election
From the great atmosphere of Machneyuda to the elegance of Mona to the abundant offerings at Chakra, Jerusalem offers a wide range of excellent and surprising food
In the market for challah, burekas, quiche, or just coffee and cake? Bakeries are a prime attraction in Israel’s capital; even presidents and prime ministers can’t resist
Assaf Granit reveals how he juggles a group of successful restaurants with a TV career while trying to raise the next generation of chefs
The probe was opened over the claim that the officer shot one of two assailants, a 16-year-old teen, even though she did not pose a danger
Diners who were until recently prisoners to poor food at high prices now have the offerings of no few chefs in Israel.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the holiest city in Israel.
From the oldest institutions to the youngest, hippest places to sip on coffee in the capital.