Jerusalem secular icon surrenders to pressures of religious coercion
In this file photo from June 25, 2010 adults are depicted socializing around the bar at the Restobar which has become a secular icon in Jerusalem, attracting customers all hours of the day, seven days a week. Jerusalem, Israel. 19-March-2013.
The Restobar, a very popular restaurant-bar-café which has been open to the public on the Jewish Sabbath for eight years has surrendered to religious pressure to observe the laws of Kashrut and close on Saturdays and has closed altogether.