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  1. When it comes to classical music involving pieces highlighting the Violin, a favorite performer of mine is Gil Shaham. One of the pieces I have listened to many times and seen live with him playing (I think twice) is Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E Minor (#64). Here are each of the movements-- 1. Allegro 2. Andante 3. Allegro molto vivace A treat.
  2. Dizengoff, 1625 Sansom St. Hours: 10:30 am until 4pm or sell-out. Hummusiya from Michael Solomonov (Zahav). Opened on Aug. 11, 2014 (Foobooz, picture of opening menu on Dizengoff's Facebook page). This past Saturday, I arrived at 30th St Station at lunchtime and took a cab straight to Dizengoff. The hummus at Zahav is my absolute favorite so I was eager to try Dizengoff. Attached is a picture of Saturday's menu (menu changes regularly). You order at the counter. They give you a baseball card with a number, you find a seat, and they bring you your order. There isn't a whole lot of
  3. Al Ha'esh, translates to on the fire or on the charcoal. It is a nice space carved out of Kosher Mart, which I believe is now called Motti's. The space was known for generations as Katz's. It has its own separate entrance from the supermarket, and is run as a standalone restaurant, although it looks like the kitchen may be shared with Motti's. I have always said that a restaurant cannot survive solely because it is Kosher, it must also have good food. This space may have figure it out. I went here for lunch expecting some good grilled meats, Israeli salads, and some good bread.
  4. Now this means that there will be three good quality eats casual places to get Israeli/Palestinian/Middle East food within 2 blocks when you add in Naf Naf and Yafa Grille. Lucky people who work downtown.
  5. Coincidentally, I got a flyer today advertising the grand opening of Oh Mama Grill on Rollins Ave. (Rockville). I think it is where there is or was a kosher market and the first version of Moti's (now al-Ha'esh). Looks like they have a similar menu to al-Ha'esh.
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