The first restaurant-museum dedicated to whiskey has opened in Tel Aviv

The first restaurant-museum dedicated to whiskey has opened in Tel Aviv

Posted on Aug. 22, 2017, at 09:31 am

If you were looking for an authentic place with plenty of ambience for a night out, don’t forget the underground scene. Literally, underground. After an evening stroll through Sarona, you will find a small and unassuming sign that marks the spot.

This is the Whiskey Bar & Museum, where the experience begins by descending two flights of stairs into a 150 year old cavernous wine cellar. Dimly lit, romantic, and yet slightly upbeat, this place has been turned into an actual Whiskey Museum, where more than 1000 different bottles decorate the walls.

While appreciating a Scottish Glenmorangie or a Japanese Nikka whiskey, you’ll taste some fine (kosher Bassari) dishes to go along with your drinks. From beef or fish carpaccio topped with caramelized pistachios, to perfectly grilled ribs in a smoked whiskey sauce, you will find the perfect meal to complement your spirits.

The Whisky Bar & Museum, located at 27 David Elazar St., is open to the public for tours from 11AM to 5PM, and for dinner from 5PM à 11PM. For more information and to make a reservation call 039551105. Kosher – Hashgaha Pratit Rav Aharon Leibowitz. 

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