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A perfect mismatch

With its colorful, salon-style decor, Kalo is right at home on the upmarket Beit Lehem Road.

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Kalo is the perfect embodiment of a neighborhood cafe, a casual, comfortable sidewalk eatery that owes its atmosphere to both its location on the capital’s quaint Beit Lehem Road and its colorful, salon-style decor.

How it started
Kalo (which means “light foot”) is the nickname its Jerusalem-born owner, Yaacov Ben-Elul, acquired at the age of six.

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