An Extremely Jewish (and Korean) Christmas

What’s an acclaimed Israeli restaurant to do as Christmas approaches? Celebrate the holiday in good Jewish-American style – Asian food and a movie – just like the restaurant has been doing for the past several years. In 2010 Zahav premiered a “A Very Jewisher Christmas”, with Chinese food and ‘80s flicks, 2011 followed with “An Even Jewisher Christmas”, and this year chef Michael Solomonov will be celebrating “An Extremely Jewish and Korean Christmas”. The menu has not yet been announced, though this is the first year Solomonov is doing Korean food, and neither have the movies, though if you have a suggestion you can make it on Twitter (#veryJewishXmas).

The event takes place on December 20th, with movie showings at 6 and 9 pm, at Zahav in Old City. Tickets are $55 per person and can be reserved at here.



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