Celebrate from Home: Yom Ha’atzmaut Deals

Celebrate from Home: Yom Ha’atzmaut Deals

How weird will it be to skip that annual BBQ you always go to? I know I’ll miss the feeling that overpowers me during those brief moments where Yom HaZikaron transitions into Yom Ha’Atzmaut. But, just because we are staying home doesn’t mean we can’t support Israeli businesses and celebrate in a special way!

Enjoy the day at home under lockdown by picking up (ahead of time) some hummus and falafel from your favorite spot and getting yourself one of these special treats!

Check out these ideas for packages that will help you up your #YomatHome game!

Cookie Decorating Kits with Israel Pride

Tammy from Jerusalem Cake Design created the coolest kit to celebrate 72 years of Israel! Choose from people or shapes and you will get everything to decorate cookies with Israeli flare! Options for delivery or pick up in Jerusalem. Check out her website to order!

Spiritu’s “Made in Israel”

From the people that brought you Gatsby Cocktail Bar: Meet Spiritu.
Choose from two different cocktail packages that come with everything you need celebrate with style and then some! The package which includes cocktails, add ins, and more. It is 220 shekels including delivery in Jerusalem (extra for delivery to TLV) and can be ordered until Sunday, April 26th. They also have other cocktails you can add to your order! Click here to order.

BBQ To Go From Tzidkiyahu
Can’t go out for a BBQ? Why not do one at home! Get everything you need prepped and ready to go from Tzidkiyahu. From Kebabs to steaks and more- they have it all! The kit includes meat, salads, pita, and veggies. They are currently doing a giveaway worth for a gift card of 300 shekels on their Instagram. 
Chen Koren’s Box from the Shuk

Box from the Shuk put together an amazing package which includes tons of delicious treats straight from Jerusalem’s iconic Machane Yehudah Market. The box is full of exciting snacks including popcorn, coffee, dips, and tons more! Check out her site to order.

Beer Bazaar Yom Ha’Atzmaut Set

What better way is there to celebrate than a package of Israeli craft beers, sunflower seeds, a Beer Bazaar bottle opener and a flag! Order on their website! *Update: Closed to new orders of the Yom Ha’Atzmaut package, but they are still offering craft Israeli beer deliveries*

Tene Gifts

Celebrate Israel’s independence with a package of Israeli products from Tene Gifts! The 155 shekel package includes Israeli beer, sunflower seeds, grill spices, and sparklers! Or, choose their picnic box and take yourself on a nice backyard/porch picnic! They are also doing a giveaway for a package on their Instagram!

Galil Cheese
How about a giant package of Israeli made cheese and yogurts to celebrate the day? Galile Cheese has a 155 shekel celebration deal that would be perfect for a backyard picnic! They have special discounts going on now in honor of Israel’s 72nd!  Click here for more info.


A Package of Aviv Wines from Galil Mountain Winery.

With different levels of packages starting at just 70 shekels, Galil Mountain Winery is a great option for celebrating the holiday in style! Their Yom Ha’Atzmaut packages come with wine, cups, a special wine opener, and more!

Gvaot Winery: Independence Day Box

Gvaot Winery is delivering special Yom Ha’Atmaot sets featuring some of their wines and olive oils! Packages start at 225 shekels. Order on their website; deliveries will come within 3 days and they offer free shipping on orders over 250 shekels.

Bravdo Winery

This family winery created a special package for Independence Day! The set includes a special selection of six of their favorite wines for 600 shekels. Call 050-2207022 to order.

Kadma Winery

Pick from 2 different sets featuring 4 bottles of wine delivery to your house for just 300 shekels. Call 02-9927894 or got to their site to order.

Wine Depot has a selection of wines on discount for 72 shekels- see them here.

Don’t want to cook on Yom Ha’atzmaut? Order delivery from one of these places before the lockdown!


I'm Jazzie, a 20 something wannabe globetrotter with Celiac Disease. Living in Israel and navigating being gluten free is no easy task, so I created TheIsraelBites to provide English speakers with information about surviving Celiac Disease in the Middle East.

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