A small number of restaurants featuring Israeli street food will expand to the Boston waterfront.
According to a press release, Miznon plans to open in the city’s harbour area, and upcoming dining venues will offer items such as whole roasted cauliflower, lamb skewers, a dish called “grilled minced chicken”, slow-cooked beef and root stew, rib eye Steak and “rolled potatoes” (a flattened baked potato), while beer and wine will be served shortly after opening. If all goes according to plan, Miznon’s new location will debut on the waterfront later this year.
Miznon started in 2011, when Israeli chef Eyal Shani opened its first branch in Tel Aviv; currently, stores are located in New York, Melbourne, Paris, Singapore and Vienna.
Miznon’s upcoming address in the Seaport District is 107 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02210.The websites of all locations can be found at https://www.miznonnyc.com/
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