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Abu Shukri

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  • Middle Eastern

In the heart of the Old City, this place has some of the best hummus in town, served fast to locals crammed around rickety tables under...

Azkadinya

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  • Italian

At this East Jerusalem bistro, the stone walls are hung with local art and antique musical instruments. In summer, you can enjoy your...

Barood

  • $$$
  • Middle Eastern

Jerusalemite Daniella Lerer combines her family's Sephardic culinary traditions with modern Israeli cooking techniques and personal favorites...

Burgers Bar

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  • Fast Food

At this popular kosher place, the hamburgers are more like cakes than patties. They come with your choice of tasty sauces, and all are...

Caffit

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  • Café

This German Colony institution is well-known for its sweet potato salad and juicy salmon skewers. Morning meals are generous and varied,...

Cardo

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  • Middle Eastern

The terraced restaurant atop the Legacy Hotel has a beautiful view, but the real art is on the plate. Award-winning chef Johnny Goric...

Costa

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  • Middle Eastern

Steps from the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, Palestinians crowd into this tiny spot to tuck into hammam mehshi, or stuffed pigeon.

Deitsch

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  • Polish

Cholent is a dish that evolved from necessity: Jewish law forbids cooking on the Sabbath, and so observant Jews often start a stew on...

Dolphin Yam

  • $$$
  • Seafood

Hebrew for "Sea Dolphin," this lively eatery serves some of the city's best seafood. The decor is pleasant enough—pale yellow stucco...

Educational Bookshop

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  • Middle Eastern

Part coffee shop, part bookstore, this spot has an endless trove of literature exploring the Arab-Israeli conflict from a Palestinian...

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