Let them drink wine! At least that’s what the owners of Milgo & Milbar and Castel Winery believe ( we believe it too!). For one month (June 18-July 18) the chef restaurant will be partnering with Castel to give its diners a free glass of wine with the purchase of a business lunch. This partnership has a clear goal in mind: enhance the Israeli wine culture while allowing lunch goers to enjoy a midday break of entertainment, unique dishes, and a relaxing glass of wine.

 

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From June 18-July 18 Milgo & Milbar diners will have a choice of red and white wines from Castel’s La Vie series to accompany their business meal Sunday-Thursday, 12:00-15:30.

The hope is that guests will adopt the custom of drinking a glass of wine in the afternoon to enhance their lunch experience, breaking away from the notion that wine is an evening thing.

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Photo credit: Elad Barmi

If a free glass of wine is not enough, Milgo & Milbar will also be introducing new dishes for the upcoming month including a sashimi confit and mussel plate that will leave your palate in awe. When preparing a menu, owner Ben Reign says he asks three vital questions: Is it tasty, can my parents make it, and can I go dancing after?

You’ll be happy to hear that the answer to that last question is yes! The dishes served at Milgo & Milbar are satisfying yet light enough that even when paired with wine you’ll still feel like dancing the night away, or at least not like taking a nap.

If you’re searching for the ideal lunch spot Milgo & Milbar is the place. Call 03-6314214 for reservations and see their menu on their website at http://www.milgomilbar.co.il. Milgo & Milbar is located between the Habima Theater and the Tel Aviv Culture Hall on Rothschild 142.

Milgo & Milbar is onn the Eater 38 list of the best restaurants in Tel Aviv https://www.eater.com/maps/best-tel-aviv-restaurants.

Guest post by Sam Hertig

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Written by franticfoodie

I am Keren Brown (note: Keren with 2 E's). I love living in Seattle, I think the weather here is fabulous and spend my days writing, organizing and planning food events. Read about Seattle food events, recipes or just immerse in the food obsession. Check out my other blog in the Seattle PI http://blog.seattlepi.nwsource.com/franticfoodie/

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