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Jewish holidays are the most special times of the year, and you’ll want all your family and friends at the holiday table with you.

Imagine holding your holiday meal opposite the site holiest to the Jewish nation. It’s not a dream – it’s reality.

At “Simcha Hall at the Kotel,” we offer you the most beautiful view in the world. During each holiday meal, you’ll enjoy a huge window with a panoramic view of the Kotel (Western Wall) and Temple Mount. (Kotel cam – Click here)

It’s a beautiful opportunity to celebrate unforgettable holiday meals with your family.

You’ll choose your menu from our wide selection of offerings carefully prepared by our head chef. Our professional and caring waiters will always be available, as will our logistics staff – and we’ll take care of every detail, big or small.

Pesach at the Kotel: Have you ever imagined the Seder night or a Pesach (Passover) meal opposite the remains of the Beit Hamikdash (Holy Temple)?

Pesach is our holiday of redemption, when we celebrate the birth of our nation and our freedom, and pray for the Temple to be rebuilt. Celebrate at Simcha Hall at the Kotel, and enjoy our air conditioning and the breathtaking view of the Western Wall – the only remnant of the wall surrounding the Temple Mount.

On Pesach, we serve strictly kosher for Pesach foods, yet offer a wide variety of menus and a rich wine bar.

Hanukkah at the Kotel: Light your own Hanukkah menorah right opposite where the Hashmonaim found the tiny flask of oil which burned for eight days.

After you light your menorah, sit down to enjoy an amazing Hanukkah meal, complete with jelly donuts and latkes (potato pancakes), just opposite the Kotel (Western Wall), where the story took place. Then, tour the Old City’s alleyways and see the menorahs, together with experienced and dedicated tour guides.

Shavuot at the Western Wall: Every year on Shavuot morning, tens of thousands of Jews come from all over Jerusalem for holiday prayers. Held opposite the view of tens of thousands of talleisim (prayer shawls), prayers, and songs, your Shavuot meal at the Kotel (Western Wall) will take you to different heights, promising an unforgettable experience.

Simcha Hall offers a rich milk (or meat) menu, under the strictest kashrut (kosher) supervision. Together with your loved ones, enjoy a delightful and unforgettable meal and an enchanting view of Jerusalem’s Old City, the Western Wall, and the Temple Mount.

Rosh Hashanah at the Kotel: Holding your Rosh Hashanah meals at Simcha Hall is an amazing and unique way to start the new year.

From Rosh Hashanah until the end of Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), the Kotel plaza is filled with worshipers raising their prayers and supplications to the Creator of the world – and the sight and sound will be engraved in your memory forever. At Simcha Hall, we offer you the opportunity to enjoy a repast fit for a king, in full view of the Western Wall, during the special atmosphere of Rosh Hashanah and the uplifting slichos (supplications).