Mazel Tov now reigns as the most popular new culture club of Budapest’s Jewish Quarter, found somewhere around the crossing point of urban gardens, creative openness, and popular Mediterranean cuisine. The place operates in the spirit of diversity and acceptance, and awaits guests with an open kitchen, cocktails, and various cultural events. One of Mazel Tov’s major cultural goals is to provide a space for everyone who believes in an open and inclusive world – the programs aim to convey these messages as well. After a hearty dinner and a few rounds of drinks, dawn might find still us on Akácfa Street. But the evenings aren’t the only time it’s worth visiting Mazel Tov – brunch is available over the weekend mornings.

Tip: The winterized garden of Mazel Tov not only helps to avoid slipping into hibernation with summer-vibes imported from Tel Aviv, but it also warms us up whenever we stop by.