Osama Dalal is first up as part of the popular eatery's new plan to allow Israeli chefs to show their stuff in Manhattan
Of the 21 companies in the startup incubator Silvertech Ventures, 17 are Israeli, proving that Israeli loyalty is an asset too, the hub’s ‘spiritual leader’ says
Zahav, run by Michael Solomonov keeps garnering honors, this time from the James Beard Foundation
Nir Tzuk was originally coming just to set up a pop-up, but the project quickly morphed
Whether it's high-techies hobnobbing with each other, glittery dinners by celebrity chefs or a myriad cultural and social activities held in Hebrew – it's clear that Israelis feel right at home in NYC today
In opening her own restaurants in New York, specializing in Druze cuisine, Gazala Halabi has forged a culinary and personal revolution
Solomonov's new book 'Israeli Soul: Easy, Essential, Delicious' comes at a time when the Israeli kitchen is winning international recognition and Israeli restaurants are gaining the esteem of world culinary experts
SOSA and Jerusalem Venture Partners aim to turn the Big Apple into a magnet for cybersecurity entrepreneurs
Another feat for Israel's celebrity chef: Restaurant to open in March 2019 after Shani's Miznon garners the love of foodies in the city's Chelsea Market
Old-fashioned Jewish delis are going out of business one after the other, their fatty, meaty menus outmoded by a modern yen for healthier food more typical of Israel's Mediterranean diet.
Nili Lotan, who doesn't employ a professional CEO and finds fashion shows a waste of money, just opened her third store between Tribeca and the Hamptons
Instead of asking you to turn your phone off, New York theaters already allow viewers of shows such as "Chicago" and “School of Rock” to use a new app which provides dubbing and subtitles and even helps those not fluent in English
U.S. food firms are trying to get a bite of the hummus market with some weird and wonderful variations of the Israeli staple – including one in the form of a dessert
Chef Einat Admony's popular Tam restaurants, a big draw for hipsters, are now getting a boost from former investors and staff from the beleaguered Chipotle chain
Ahead of opening of latest branch of his Miznon pita-restaurant chain in New York's Chelsea Market, the blandness of American produce has Eyal Shani genuinely worried about its chances of succeeding there
Some 400 alumni of the IDF's high-tech Unit 8200 are now working in and around Manhattan. They face a unique challenge: Showcasing their skills while maintaining a low profile about their army past
The nemesis of the U.S. right wing has taken to standup on Broadway to bash the president, but even Trumpites are welcome if they stay polite
Gal Gadot spoofs 'Wonder Woman' and makes fun of the Kardashians in 'SNL' debut
Despite all the French chic, at Kfir Ben-Ari’s RDV and Caféine you’ll hear non-stop Hebrew. The Israeli gastronomic invasion has gone way uptown
A decade after it lost its $14 million endowment, the America-Israel Cultural Foundation's philanthropic activities haven't fully recovered
In Welch, West Virginia, poverty reigns and around half the children aren’t being raised by either parent. In this once-Democratic, poorest-in-the-nation county, three of four voters supported Trump over Clinton
Israeli Celebrity Chef Eyal Shani Expanding Popular Fast-food Eatery to New York's Chelsea Market and Melbourne, Australia
After Tel Aviv, Paris and Vienna, Eyal Shani is officially bringing his popular Miznon chain to Manhattan, with eye on second U.S. branch next year
Show just won Tony for Best Play, but there is little resemblance to what actually happened, says Israeli legal adviser to the talks
Zachary Engel is the latest chef to become one of the flag bearers of Israeli cuisine in the United States after his win at the prestigious James Beard Awards
Besides being a finalist for this top James Beard prize – as well as a few others – Israeli food maven Michael Solomonov has just opened his 10th eatery and is star of a new documentary
Former black sheep Zak Stern says that if it wasn't for his religious wife, he would never have opened a kosher bakery: 'I had no idea what I was getting into'
The 1990s were a golden age for Israelis working in the world’s financial capital. Now? Not so much. Financial mavens reveal how they made it to the top and, even harder, stayed there
The director of the controversial 'Jenin, Jenin' tells Haaretz how is own experiences informed his role as a Libyan Jewish father whose family is deported in the play 'Benghazi Bergen-Belsen.'
The number of Israeli startups in Manhattan has increased fivefold since 2013. Who are the main players who think that if they can make it there, they'll make it anywhere.
New York has about 2,200 pizzerias. But which ones are the best? Tour innovator Scott Wiener has the answers.