Tucked away in a corner of the West Village, Bar Bolonat dishes out modern Israeli-Middle Eastern fare on a seasonally inspired menu, along with creative cocktails and sangria selections. Sharing is encouraged with small plates and main dishes that showcase the bold flavors and locally harvested ingredients favored by Chef Einat Admony. The dark, stylish space features banquette seating and a bar in the center.
Pete Wells, esteemed NY Times food critic highlighted Chef Admony’s Jerusalem-style sesame bagel, one of the many highlights on the menu, writing “nearly everybody orders the Jerusalem-style sesame bagel, so light and fluffy it’s almost an anti-bagel. Nearly everybody is right about this. What makes this racetrack-shaped bread so hard to pass up is the spoonful of really fragrant and complex za’atar that you dunk each piece into after giving it a preliminary bath in peppery olive oil.”
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