Anyone who's visited Zahav in Philadelphia knows that Mike Solomonov's hummus is incredible. The only downside of eating dinner there is that it's hard not to fill up on it, so it makes perfect sense that Solomonov and the CookNSolo have finally opened an Israeli hummusiya on Sansom Street. Dizengoff, named after a street in Tel Aviv, serves four different hummus plates — with tehina, corn, matbucha (roasted tomato salad), or lamb — plus fluffy, housemade pita, two salads, lemonade, and beer. It's arguably even worth the hour or so Amtrak ride from New York to 30th Street Station — especially because while you're there, you can pick up dessert at Solomonov's Federal Donuts.
Dizengoff, 1625 Sansom St., Philadelphia, 215-867-0088