kosher Bars Restaurants
Only at the best bars. Here is a list of kosher bars. These bars serve both alcoholic beverages and food, but the focus is on the alcohol. Some of these are beer bars, others focus on whiskey and cocktails. Some offer dairy dishes and others, meat. Some bars have live entertainment. These are popular locations for parties and get-togethers.
Take your pick of the best kosher bars in Israel..
Bardak - 38 Keren Hayesod, Jerusalem 02-5877795
Bardak is a feel good beer bar with pizza. Sit inside or outside on the spacious patio and enjoy great beer, fabulous pizza, cool music and a warm Jerusalem atmosphere.
Bardak specializes in beer. There are about 40 types of beer, in bottles and on tap, from Israeli boutique breweries. In addition there is a large stock of various beers from around the world.
Beer Bazaar - 3 Etz Hayyim St., Jerusalem 054-200-6215
99 Bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles of beer. And all of them come from Israeli breweries and all are available at Beer Bazaar. In addition to the full selection of beer, free tastings, and delicious food, there is live musical entertainment several evenings a week.
During the day Beer Bazaar is a cozy, intimate beer garden. At night tables and chairs spill into the market. Live music begins at 9pm on certain nights. Prices range with something for everyone.
Beer Bazaar has an enticing one page menu of meat and vegetarian foods, including nash, sandwiches, and a couple of sweet desserts. Foods are prepared with fresh, local market ingredients, after all, the restaurant is in the market.
Bell Wood Bar - 5 Yoseph Rivlin St, Jerusalem 054-4478464
Bell Wood Bar is centrally located in downtown Jerusalem. Not a kids’ hang out, Bell Wood looks and feels like a proper English pub: the décor is traditional, with wood abounding. A grand selection of bottles is on display behind the bar for your choice.
There are 15 choices of beer on tap, bottled ales and lagers, more than 120 types of whiskey, plus a range of excellent dishes. In keeping with the English style, there is fish and chips and a nice selection of American style burgers. And with a nod to the Israeli palate there’s schnitzel and chips.
Bell Wood Bar is a great place for the young and the young at heart.
Mike's Place - 33 Yaffo St, Jerusalem 054-7991220
The only kosher branch in the renown chain, Mike’s Place is the epitome of the American sports bar. Great food, great people and all the high def TVs you can handle.
Come to Mike's Place to enjoy sports events broadcast on huge screens via satelite. Come other times for great music, live entertainment, acoustic shows, open mic night, jam sessions, live bands and great food and drink.
Jems - 15 Hamagshimim St, Petach-Tikva 03-9195367
Meet the latest thing in dining and entertainment: Jem's in Kiryat Matalon, Petach Tikvah. Jem's is the all the rage. A brewery and a meat restaurant all in one, Jem's is the most "in" place today. The tasting menu has nothing to do with food - it is a selection of different types of beer, all brewed on premises. Enjoy these with nishnushim or with a full and delicious meat or fish meal.
Waiting for a table almost provides as much entertainment as the meal itself. Have a brew at the van outside or pick up a ball and shoot some hoops. Either way once you get inside you will not be disappointed. The food is wonderful and the suds are fresh, so head out to Jem’s for a great night out.
Tarlach - 9 Bareket, Petach-Tikva 054-3061921
Tarlach is a kosher bar and restaurant. You will find trendy Israeli food and music with a great selection of alcohol. Modern, comfortable, and proudly Zionist. Tarlach Israeli Bar is the place to hang out in Petach Tikva.
Tarlach has a great ambiance, an eclectic mix of food and drinks, and good music. Do check their Facebook page for their frequent singing performances, rock concerts and lectures. Then thank Tarlach for putting Petach Tikva on the map.
Brenner Wine Bar - 6 Brenner St, Ra'anana 09-8343618
The Brenner Wine Bar is a beautifully designed and inviting bar offering a meat menu and a great selection of wines and wine cocktails. There is indoor seating at the bar and outdoor seating at small tables.
At this bar the wine takes center stage. There are some 40 different wine lables, all from kosher Israeli wineries. Dishes, intended as nishnushim with the wine, are generous enough to share. The one page menu is in 4 sections: bread-based dishes like open-faced sandwiches on toast, appetizers of meat and fish, salads and condiments.
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