UPDATED, 12/10 5:35 p.m.: This brunch has now sold out.
Dizengoff is always a good choice for brunch, in Eater's book — but perhaps hummus, pita, and coffee (brought-in from FedNuts, of course) is not everyone's idea of a classic morning combination. That changes this Sunday, December 14, when Dizengoff will open for its first-ever official brunch service.
That means you won't have to BYO coffee, and they'll run a special menu (below) including housemade breads and pastries, shakshouka (eggs poached in a spiced tomato-based sauce), and spicy Bloody Marys.
Rather than a first-come, first-serve free-for-all, Sunday's brunch is a ticketed event with limited availability, communal seating, and family-style service. Tickets are $26 per person, with tax and tip included, and seating is at 10 a.m. — half an hour earlier than Diz's usual opening time. (Note that coffee and juice are included in the ticket price, but there will be supplemental charge for bloody marys.)
Carrot Ginger Juice
Schug Bloody Marys (not included)
Winter Israeli Salad
Pickled Fish and Potatoes
Citrus Salad with Rose Water