Late-night delights

Some of TA and Herzliya's most popular restaurants will soon offer special dishes at the delectable price of NIS 25.

October 19, 2006 15:20
Late-night delights

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Ever wanted to go to a certain restaurant but found it too expensive? From November 1 to 10, some of Tel Aviv and Herzliya's most popular restaurants will offer a wide range of their special dishes at the delectable price of NIS 25. Participating restaurants include Brewhouse, Max Brenner, Paco, Avantgarde, Kazanki. The food fest begins at 10:30 p.m. and goes on through the night. Weird and wonderful cocktails are offered at just NIS 14 a pop. Details at or (03) 575-4945. (Shawn Rodgers)

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