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Opened: 2014

Cuisine: Modern Israeli Restaurant

Locations: 1 Philadelphia location

Website: dizengoffphilly.com

Dizengoff is a modern Israeli restaurant inspired by its namesake, one of Tel Aviv’s most iconic streets. Recently expanded, the restaurant now offers a full-service dinner experience (and soon lunch) in a sun-filled dining room with retro Tel Aviv style. Brightly colored tiles and wallpaper made from Israeli street posters evoke the Tel Aviv boulevard for which the restaurant is named. Dizengoff offers a full -service, 12-seat bar, along with two semi-private spaces (seating up to 8 and 12 guests, respectively), plus an extended sidewalk patio in the warmer months. The multi-course, a la carte menu begins with freshly-baked Pita and Dizengoff’s world-famous, ultra-creamy hummus (now wowing Philly diners for more than a decade). Lunch is from 11 - 2, with new menu options like warm made-to-order pita sandwiches and rice pilaf platters. Reservations for Dinner are available 7 days a week from 5 - 9:30, with tables held for walk-ins as well.