If you prefer to have your history delivered to you in a Disney-type format, check out the Time Elevator , a cross between a museum, a...
Live English and Hebrew music on Monday and Irish on Tuesday. It’s best to call ahead to reserve a table on these nights. Dublin serves...
An old Jerusalem stand-by, serving frothy cups of coffee, snacks and sandwiches. It has several locations, although this is the original...
Lonely Planet review
The combination of good food at reasonable prices has made this one of the most popular restaurants in town. The speciality of course is focaccia, baked fresh in the taboun (clay oven) and eaten on a sunny patio. A variety of toppings is available and portions are large and reasonably priced; try the Bulgarian cheese and olive spread (32NIS). The menu also includes a nice 350g entrecôte steak, deep-fried calamari and fried mushroom dishes.