Grapevine

Buzz at the King David.

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June 26, 2016 12:40
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 King David Hotel

The King David Hotel. (photo credit: WIKIMEDIA COMMONS/DANNY LYULEV)

 
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■ THE LOBBY/lounge of the King David Hotel tends to be a somewhat staid and quiet. The sets of armchairs, sofas and tables are placed sufficiently distant from each other to facilitate private conversations.

But the space may now get a certain buzz, due to the introduction of a wine bar. There has always been a bar at the King David, but it was in a room off the inner recess of the main corridor. The newly established wine bar is a more public watering hole for locals and visitors alike.

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