Shavuot in Israel: June 4-6, 2022.

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Shavuot, which translates to “weeks”, is a celebration to mark the completion of the 7-week Omer counting period following the Passover holidays. Shavuot in Israel is usually celebrated with an abundance of events: music festivals, exhibitions, and family-friendly activities. The holiday falls in May or early June each year, as the weather warms up and inspires outdoor activities. In 2022, Shavuot will fall from sundown on June 4 to sundown on June 6.

Shavuot in Israel

Shavuot in Israel: Customs

Shavuot in Israel is a celebration of the land’s bounty – for this reason, the tradition of indulging in dairy foods and fruits is embraced. Bakeries are bursting with mouth-watering delights, and various agricultural settlements in Israel (kibbutzim and moshavim) show off their abundant harvest with parades and ceremonies.

Shavuot in Israel

Shavuot in Israel: 2022 Events

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Best cheesecake deliveries:

It’s hard to mess up cheesecake – with creamy goodness and graham cracker crust, deliciousness is practically guaranteed. From classic favorites to vegan options, here are the best cheesecake options in Tel Aviv:

Boutique Central:

Since it’s tradition to indulge in dairy, not specifically cheesecake, Boutique Central will encourage you to sample a bit of everything. Try their classic baked cheesecake and throw in some cherry-cheese krantz or dulce de leche alfajores for a festive culinary fusion.

The Showroom Bakehouse:

If you’re like us, you’ve been eyeing The Showroom Bakehouse on Wolt all through isolation. As if we needed an excuse to order a dozen gourmet doughnuts, they added designer face-masks to their Wolt options, which sold out quickly! Now for Shavuot, they have a special lemon cheesecake doughnut with white chocolate glaze and merengue – oh, Showroom Bakehouse – you always know the way to our hearts!

Roladin:

If you’re trying to get back into a healthy routine, Roladin has a classic baked cheesecake with no added sugar – yes, please! Does this mean that we can have an extra slice? Does it?

Anastasia Cafe:

Vegan or not, this just might be the best cheesecake in town! Made from cashew and coconut cream with a delightful almond coconut crust, this is a healthy option that caters to the vegan capital of the world – excuse us as we dive in!

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Event Booking Details

Event Date: 04/06/2022