One might think a lazy sign maker accidentally left the "r" of bar café Bacafe off, but they would be wrong. In fact the name is a play on the neighborhood, Baka, in which it is located (it works better in Hebrew where "ba" means "in"). Maybe this trend will spread to other dining options, like a Musrarestuarant in Musrara, some Chow Mein Kerem, a Givat Ramburger joint, or an Armon Hanutsiv peanut vendor? If we will it, it will be no dream.
But I digress. Once diners get over the name of Bacafe, and are confronted with the kosher menu, they will be faced with a wide selection of pastas, quiches, salads and all manner of cheese. And if you are wondering about the bar part, you need only wait until after dark for the restaurant to start dishing out the booze full time.