This marks the fourth location for the Dizengoff, which first opened in Philadelphia in the summer of 2014. It is named after one of Tel Aviv’s most iconic boulevards and modeled on the hummus stalls found around most every corner in Israel.
The focus on the menu is hummus, hummus, and more hummus. The creamy hummus — that is heavy on the tehina — is made fresh each day and topped with rotating seasonal garnishes including Corn Masabacha, Fava Bean, Onion, and Lamb with pickled cabbage. Guests can also opt to add egg as well for an extra dollar. Each bowl of hummus is served with hearth-baked Pita, chopped “Israeli Salad”, and Pickles for a complete meal.
On Sundays, Dizengoff also adds Shakshuka, the classic North African dish of eggs baked in a spicy tomato and pepper stew, to the menu.
To wash the food back, Dizengoff has also brought its Israeli frozen mint lemonade, Lemonnana, to Miami, along with soon-to-be on the menu craft draft beer and Israeli wine.
Don’t miss getting a little taste of Isreal at these new hummus spot, and until then, check out the tasty pictures below.