Meaning “village” in Hebrew, K’Far is an all-day culinary village
Meaning “village” in Hebrew, K’Far is an all-day culinary village inspired by Mike Solomonov’s hometown of K’Far Saba in Israel. Located within the Hoxton Hotel, Williamsburg, K’Far features a sit-down restaurant at its core, a to-go coffee & nosh takeaway counter and full-service lobby lounge. Guests are encouraged to grab a quick Jerusalem bagel before a morning meeting, a salad and Kubaneh toast for lunch, and dinner with cocktails at the bar in the evening. K’Far is poised with year-round patio dining as the restaurant’s retractable grand glass-enclosed atrium offers perennial sunlight, even during the cold winter months.
At K’Far, there is no awkward downtime, no lull between meals, no time where the kitchen is closed – its village-like layout is conducive to all-day (and year-round) enjoyment.