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Bar Bolonat, Einat Admony's Modern Israeli Restaurant

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[All photos by Daniel Krieger]

Bar Bolonat is the new modern Israeli restaurant from Einat Admony, the chef/owner of perennial favorites Taim and Balaboosta. Admony is serving her own idiosyncratic versions of traditional Sephardic and Ashkenazi dishes here, with a menu that includes shrimp in "Yemenite curry," kibbeh stuffed with spiced beef, steak with freekeh salad and tahini, and lamb with chickpeas and candied fennel. Appetizers are priced in the mid teens, and entrees run $24 to $32.

Bar Bolonat is now open for dinner. Take a look at the space and the menu:

Bolonat Menu Dinner by Eater NY

Bar Bolonat
611 Hudson St., West Village
Now open for dinner, Monday through Saturday

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (212) 390-1545 Visit Website

Bar Bolonat

611 Hudson St., New York, NY