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CooknSolo Opening a Dizengoff in New York

Cabbage hummus plate at Dizengoff.

Cabbage hummus plate at Dizengoff.

This weekend a tipster alerted Eater NY to a permit for a Dizengoff in New York’s Chelsea Market. CooknSolo principal Steve Cook acknowledged to Michael Klein on Sunday that he and Michael Solomonov were bringing their hummusiya to New York’s Meatpacking District. The market is already home to two Philadelphia exports, Stephen Starr’s Buddakan and Morimoto. The market, which also houses studios for Food Network was once home of another Philadelphia-rooted concept, the short-lived collaboration between Questlove and Starr, Hybird.

Dizengoff is the first but is unlikely to be the last CooknSolo project that heads to New York. In an entertaining interview with Grub Street, Cook and Solomonov say they are also looking to open a New York Federal Donuts. What won’t be heading to New York is a branch of Zahav, which Solomonov says would slay in New York, “but then we’d have to fucking move to New York.”

No opening timeline has been announced.

Blockbuster: Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook Sign a Lease Inside Chelsea Market [Eater]
Dizengoff [Foobooz]

Dizengoff Is Celebrating One Year with Free Hummus

dizengoff-free-hummus-400Today, Tuesday, August 18th from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dizengoff is celebrating its first birthday by giving away free hummus with the purchase of a beer/lemonnana.

Get there promptly, we’re imagining it will be popular.

Dizengoff [Foobooz]

Two Philadelphia Restaurants Nominated for Bon Appetit’s Best New Restaurants List


Hummus from Dizengoff; Townsend Wentz of Townsend | Photos by Arthur Etchells, HughE Dillon

Philadelphia’s Dizengoff and Townsend are among the 50 nominees for Bon Appetit’s “America’s Best New Restaurants 2015” list. Dizengoff gets the nomination for its hummus, which is described as “preposterously smooth, ethereally light, very generously drizzled with olive oil, and guaranteed to spoil you for the grocery-store stuff forever.”

Over at Townsend, Bon Appetit is thrilled to see that French food and white tablecloths still have a place in American restuarants.

The 50 nominees will be whittled  down to the final list of ten on August 18th.

The 50 Nominees for America's Best New Restaurants 2015 [Bon Appetit]
Dizengoff [Bon Appetit]
Townsend [Bon Appetit]

Dizengoff [Foobooz]
Townsend [Foobooz]


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