The Market House only reopened to guests on May 28, after a period of closure due to coronavirus restrictions, but hopes to make up for lost time.
We are living in tough times, but we have to venture out, while taking the proper precautions.
Despite the decision, clashes continued between Jaffa residents and Israel Police.
"[They] only search for drugs. Search for the killers!"
The riots began because of the city's plan to build the Center for the Homeless on a site that was an old Muslim cemetery.
Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai said that “the police were aware that this could happen and did not prepare.”
Demonstrators also gathered to express their anger over the removal of an ancient cemetery in the predominately Arab-Israeli city.
"In the past year, we have converted Levinsky Street into a pedestrian zone and shut Sheinkin Street to traffic on Fridays, and the public has voted with their feet - in both senses of the phrase."
A number of young people in Jaffa, including minors, set fire to dumpsters and threw rocks and bricks toward the road, later throwing rocks at a fire truck which arrived on the scene.
“My condition for agreeing to eat was a pencil in my hand and paper to draw on, or else books with lots of colorful pictures. I always knew that this is my destiny, I never thought of anything else."