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  • Writer's pictureAndrea Strong

Wines of Israel Dinner at Dagon to Benefit World Central Kitchen

On March 24, 2022, the upper west side restaurant Dagon —one of my faves — will forgo its regular menu to serve a five-course family-style dinner prepared by Chef/partner Ari Bokovza featuring Jerusalem-inspired food paired with Israeli wines curated by sommelier Aviram Turgeman.

The dinner is not only a celebration of the restaurants one-year anniversary but a benefit for World Central Kitchen; Dagon is donating a percentage of sales from this dinner to World Central Kitchen to aid in their humanitarian efforts.

The cost of the dinner is $98 per person (excluding tax and gratuity.) Reservations can be made through the restaurant’s website. Dagon is located at 2454 Broadway (91 Street) NYC, 212-873-2466

In addition to the wines listed, others from the best wineries of Israel will be poured throughout the night.


Red Kubbeh soup

Wine Pelter Blanc de Blancs, Galilee N.V.


Red Snapper ceviche, lime, arak, cucumber, chili, avocado

Wine Shvo Chenin Blanc, Upper Galilee 2018


Malfuf, beef stuffed cabbage

Okra stew, spicy tomato

Wine Sphera "First Page," Judean Hills 2018

Vitkin Pinot Noir, Judean Hills 2020 K


Jerusalem Mixed Grill

chicken gizzard skewers, baharat

beef kabab skewers, aged beef

tuna/scallion skewers, silan, harissa


romaine salad, lemon, olive oil, dill

rice / vermicelli pilaf, zhug, harissa, tahina

wine Clos de Gat "Chanson," Judean Hills 2017; Tzora "Judean Hills," 2018 K



kadaif, semolina custard, rose water, orange blossom, pistachio

wine Yarden "Heightswine" Gewurztraminer 2018 K

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