Chef Michael Solomonov and restaurant partner Steve Cook are on a roll. The team behind Zahav and Federal Donuts made a national splash with community-minded diner Rooster Soup Co., followed it up with the surprise falafel shop Goldie, paused to pick up a few James Beard Award nominations, and now have a fourth location of their Israeli-style hummusiya, Dizengoff, in the works.
The original Dizengoff, which opened in 2014, is on 16th and Sansom. An outpost inside the Chelsea Market in New York followed, in the spring of 2016, and then a stand inside the Fairmount Whole Foods in Philly. But for the next Dizengoff, you’ll have to venture a little farther: It’s opening in Miami.
But Miami Dizengoff will have a friend. It’s set right next door to what will be a Federal Donuts (the first Federal Donuts outside of Philly).
Like Federal Donuts and Goldie, Dizengoff’s menu is short and sweet, with hummus and garnishes, pita, and chopped salad. If you’re down in Miami, it will be at 250 NW 24th Street and it’s slated to open “this spring,” which should mean very soon.
• Dizengoff [Official]