Jerusalem Post, October 12, 2006
Modern rabbinic lore has it that even though Tel Aviv is the secular capital of Israel it is one of its holiest cities, since no church has been built there. Well, at least not until a few months ago. The newest “church” in Tel Aviv, Griffin, combines the best of two “evils”: Christian iconography and steamy Tel Aviv nightlife. Griffin, whose name is taken from an early symbol describing Jesus, is a happening, well-stocked lounge bar whose interior is designed to resemble an imposing cathedral.