Sultry summer nights on the terrace

Joining in the celebration of 100 years of the Hilton, the flower- and tree-adorned terrace is offering up cocktails and tapas influenced by legendary drinks and dishes created by the hotel chain.

By ERICA SCHACHNE
June 13, 2019 12:13
Sultry summer nights on the terrace

Waldorf Astoria. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Jerusalem’s cool evening breezes are that much sweeter on the Garden Terrace of the capital’s Waldorf Astoria.

Joining in the celebration of 100 years of the Hilton, the flower- and tree-adorned terrace is offering up cocktails and tapas influenced by legendary drinks and dishes created by the hotel chain.

Grab a pina colada – created in 1954 at the Puerto Rico Hilton – sink into a comfy chair and sip away while taking in the twinkling lights of the holy city. Hungry? Nosh on some Waldorf salad – dating back to New York, circa 1896 – given a Mediterranean twist by chef Itzik Barak Mizrachi.


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