The terminal is housed in the historic and original building where passengers waited for the train to arrive at the first Jerusalem train station which was inaugurated in 1892.
Today the building is used by the terminal as a cafe, a changing gallery and also a small concerts venue – with jazz evenings, flamenco local bands and ensembles alongside private and business events and collaborations with various organizations.
The terminal is open 7 days a week and serves a dairy and hot food menu alongside a rich alcohol bar. On Saturdays there is a special menu featuring Cholent (vegetarian), vegetable couscous, Jachnun, kugel and more.
The terminal is tailored to any type of event and can change its character accordingly – meals, lectures, performances and parties.
Opening hours: Sunday to Saturday, 10:00 am – 0:00 midnight.