Zahav received a full-page color spread, including a lovely close-up shot of the restaurant’s famed hummus. The writer described Michael Solomonov’s Society Hill Israeli spot, which continually cleans up in awards, as “[o]ne of the most seductive restaurants” she knows and “utterly transporting.”
As for Flying Fish, it was included as one of just three examples of great Oyster Stout, a style of beer that originated in New Zealand in the 1920s, made by dunking oysters in their shells right into the brew kettle.
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Congrats to both Zahav and Flying Fish on such a huge honor!