Michael Solomonov’s Dizengoff Opens August 11th

dizengoff-squareDizengoff, Michael Solomonov’s hummusiya will open on Monday, Augst 11th at 10:30 a.m. The spot at 1625 Sansom Street will serve four varieties of housemade hummus, freshly baked pita and seasonal salatim. The plates range from $9 to $11 and all include two pitot (the plural of pita), two seasonal salatim and Israeli pickles. The 25-seat hummusiya is named for the boulevard in Tel Aviv and will also offer a variety of non-alcoholic drinks including frozen Lemonanna, Coke, Diet Coke and San Pellegrino Pompelmo. A rotating selection of craft brews will also be available as 12-oz. drafts for $4 each. Solomonov, who says “we’ve always known that we wanted to open a hummusiya similar to the ones you find everywhere in Israel.” “We make our hummus so often throughout the day, it’s never even refrigerated.” Abe Fisher, the next door restaurant “inspired by the Jewish Diaspora” is also moving towards completion date and should open by September 7.

Dizengoff Menu

Hummus tehina, $9 Soom Foods tehina

Hummus with corn, fenugreek masabacha, $10 whole chickpeas and lemon

Hummus with ground lamb, $11 peas, orange, cinnamon, mint, pistachio

Hummus with matbucha, haminado egg, $10 Moroccan cooked tomato-pepper salad, Sephardic slow-cooked egg

Salatim Roasted cauliflower with walnut tarator and dill Zucchini, roasted cherry tomato, pomegranate molasses and sesame seeds

Drinks

Frozen Lemonanna ($5)

Coke, Diet Coke ($1.50)

San Pellegrino Pompelmo, ($2.50)

Seasonal craft brews $4 (12-ounce)

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