Like many cities in Israel, Tel Aviv has its fair share of markets of a traditional, somewhat chaotic sort—butchers next to fruit vendors next to spice-sellers and juice-squeezers, open-air and crowded. But the brand-new Jaffa Port Market is something different altogether. More in the model of San Francisco's Ferry Plaza or NYC's Chelsea Market, it's a curated selection of high-end food vendors under one roof. Come check out all there is to eat and drink.
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Ah, hummus. How do I never get sick of you? It's one of those foods, like good crusty bread or fresh milky cheeses, that is perfect in its simplicity—its ingredients few but allowing for so much variety, so much nuance in expression. The slightest difference in pureéing method, or garlic or lemon or tahini use, can create a totally different experience. What's the best you've ever had? Where was it from, and what made it so compelling?
As the hub of Chicago, The Loop has no shortage of places to find a bite to eat. But not all of us are stock brokers or businessmen with expense accounts, nor do we have the time to sit through coursed out menus. Most of us just need something to eat quickly, and we'd like to find a place that's good and cheap.