The FOZ Museum Café serves kosher food offering delicious light meals and snacks, pastries, sandwiches and bagels, salads, hot soup in winter and more.
The FOZ Café is open 6 days a week inviting both museum visitors and passersby to enjoy the wonderful location and ambience of the historic FOZ Café.
Click here for the Museum's Café Menu
The Historic Rivlin House
The beautifully restored FOZ Café is located in the area that could have belonged to the family of Israel's President Rivlin. It is one of the first 7 houses to be built just outside the old city walls of Jerusalem.
The Rivlin family, led by the brave Joseph Rivlin, where the first to move to the new neighborhood and out of the old city walls back in 1869. The street too is named after Joseph Rivlin.
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