Bars & Night life

The “Nalaga’at” Center

Located at the Jaffa port in Tel Aviv, the center was founded by the “Nalaga’at”, a non-profit organization who opened its gates to the public in December 2007. The Center is comprised of the “Nalaga’at” Theater, home to the Deaf-blind Acting Ensemble; Café Kapish, with its deaf waiters and BlackOut, the pitch-black restaurant with its staff of blind waiters. The “Nalaga’at” Center currently employs some 70 people, most of whom are deaf, blind or deaf-blind.

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The market is a market that sales unique objects, furniture products, new clothes and second-hand.
The market crowded almost every day of the year, and he’s place for visitors and tourists and of course those who favor bargains and second hand items. There are shops and stalls are usually fixed, but there are vendors selling handmade items, old items and more.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Carmel Market

The Carmel Market, known in Israel as “Shuk Ha’Carmel”, located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city’s biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Nachalat Binyamin Market

Every Tuesday and Friday (and on holidays), vendors display their merchandise on little tables along the paved part of Nachalat Binyamin St. You can find jewelry, painted ceramics, special toys, lampshades, Judiaca and many other kinds of paraphernalia.

Bread Story

03-5283888

Bread Story is an innovative New-York concept brought to Israel by the owner of the restaurant Vicki Christina and the Benedict chain.The concept of Bread Story which combines the bakery with the classic kitchen, was developed in New York and inspired by a number of bakeries and bread-based chains, and topped off with an Israeli twist.

Benedict

03-6868657 (Ben Yehuda) | 03-6868657 (Rothschild)

why are all restaurants meant only for lunch and dinner? So Benedict tries to answer this question by providing a new concept: breakfast restaurant. They have around 10 rich breakfast sets which vary from each other, but they are all good. For a lighter breakfast you can have muesli, sandwiches or a shakshouka

HaPizza

03-5281077

HaPizza is an authentic Neapolitan restaurant / pizzeria, located walking distance from the beach and the lively street Bugrashov. good atmosphere great food.

MEX & CO

03-644-4730

MEX & CO is a Mexican diner on 122 Ben Yehuda Street. You can enjoy traditional Mexican dishes only for 29nis, along with option of making your own, and good prices.

Messa

0579418828

Messa offers diners haute cuisine by Chef Aviv Moshe in a gorgeously designed setting that redefines the Tel-Aviv dining experience. Aviv defines the restaurant’s cuisine as “thrilling, far from simple, and with a subtext of Mother’s kitchen”. The menu is grounded on Provencal cookery techniques. Locally sourced materials are used extensively, there’s a strong emphasis on the quality of raw materials, plus games with different textures…so each dish is imbued with captivating complexity.

Dallal

03-5109292

Dallal is a bistro-inspired restaurant that is situated on the ruins of three beautifully restored buildings, within walking distance of the Suzanne Dallal Centre in Neve tzedek. The lovely view of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood and the conserved buildings in the area create a special atmosphere that almost takes one back in time to the beginning of Tel aviv when Neve Tzedek was one of the first neighborhoods.

Rubi

972-509995391

Rubi is a neighborhood bar located at the north of Tel-Aviv. One of those places where everyone knows everyone. The music is very happy and has a blend of Israeli music and music from all over the world. If you’re in the area don`t miss one of Tel Aviv`s hottest nightlife spots.

Vicky Cristina

03-7367272

Vicky Cristina, the new tapas and wine bar, located in a spacious patio under an antique Ficus tree, in The Station area of Neveh Tzedek in Tel Aviv is proud of its Spanish atmosphere.

Port Said

03-7367272

Standing on the shoulders of its hip forefather, Teder, it’s a similar setup to before only with a seriously star-studded kitchen. Chef Eyal Shani is now leading the charge with some of the swishest bar snacks this side of the Dead Sea. Make sure to aim for Port Said’s sweet spot where you can savour views of the Great Synagogue and still catch the crackle of the vinyl player from within. And if you’re going on the weekend, prep yourself for a ruckus.

Biggy Z

03-536-9582

E a popular New Orleans themed dive bar located in 18 Bograshov St., at the center of Tel Aviv. It is especially known for its unique “unlimited refill” drinking model, in wstablished at the beginning of 2013, Biggy Z ishich guests purchase a wristband that provides them with all night, unlimited quality alcoholic drinks. Biggy Z has also made itself a name for its bubbly sexy carnival style Bourbon St. atmosphere. Biggy’s design is warm and colorful. It blends the vibe of the Crescent City’s steamy jazz clubs and the lively ambience of the “Mardi Gras” festival celebrated annually on the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Cafe & Restaurants

The “Nalaga’at” Center

Located at the Jaffa port in Tel Aviv, the center was founded by the “Nalaga’at”, a non-profit organization who opened its gates to the public in December 2007. The Center is comprised of the “Nalaga’at” Theater, home to the Deaf-blind Acting Ensemble; Café Kapish, with its deaf waiters and BlackOut, the pitch-black restaurant with its staff of blind waiters. The “Nalaga’at” Center currently employs some 70 people, most of whom are deaf, blind or deaf-blind.

Shuk Hapishpesim 0547450030

The market is a market that sales unique objects, furniture products, new clothes and second-hand.
The market crowded almost every day of the year, and he’s place for visitors and tourists and of course those who favor bargains and second hand items. There are shops and stalls are usually fixed, but there are vendors selling handmade items, old items and more.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Carmel Market

The Carmel Market, known in Israel as “Shuk Ha’Carmel”, located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city’s biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Nachalat Binyamin Market

Every Tuesday and Friday (and on holidays), vendors display their merchandise on little tables along the paved part of Nachalat Binyamin St. You can find jewelry, painted ceramics, special toys, lampshades, Judiaca and many other kinds of paraphernalia.

Bread Story

03-5283888

Bread Story is an innovative New-York concept brought to Israel by the owner of the restaurant Vicki Christina and the Benedict chain.The concept of Bread Story which combines the bakery with the classic kitchen, was developed in New York and inspired by a number of bakeries and bread-based chains, and topped off with an Israeli twist.

Benedict

03-6868657 (Ben Yehuda) | 03-6868657 (Rothschild)

why are all restaurants meant only for lunch and dinner? So Benedict tries to answer this question by providing a new concept: breakfast restaurant. They have around 10 rich breakfast sets which vary from each other, but they are all good. For a lighter breakfast you can have muesli, sandwiches or a shakshouka

HaPizza

03-5281077

HaPizza is an authentic Neapolitan restaurant / pizzeria, located walking distance from the beach and the lively street Bugrashov. good atmosphere great food.

MEX & CO

03-644-4730

MEX & CO is a Mexican diner on 122 Ben Yehuda Street. You can enjoy traditional Mexican dishes only for 29nis, along with option of making your own, and good prices.

Messa

0579418828

Messa offers diners haute cuisine by Chef Aviv Moshe in a gorgeously designed setting that redefines the Tel-Aviv dining experience. Aviv defines the restaurant’s cuisine as “thrilling, far from simple, and with a subtext of Mother’s kitchen”. The menu is grounded on Provencal cookery techniques. Locally sourced materials are used extensively, there’s a strong emphasis on the quality of raw materials, plus games with different textures…so each dish is imbued with captivating complexity.

Dallal

03-5109292

Dallal is a bistro-inspired restaurant that is situated on the ruins of three beautifully restored buildings, within walking distance of the Suzanne Dallal Centre in Neve tzedek. The lovely view of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood and the conserved buildings in the area create a special atmosphere that almost takes one back in time to the beginning of Tel aviv when Neve Tzedek was one of the first neighborhoods.

Rubi

972-509995391

Rubi is a neighborhood bar located at the north of Tel-Aviv. One of those places where everyone knows everyone. The music is very happy and has a blend of Israeli music and music from all over the world. If you’re in the area don`t miss one of Tel Aviv`s hottest nightlife spots.

Vicky Cristina

03-7367272

Vicky Cristina, the new tapas and wine bar, located in a spacious patio under an antique Ficus tree, in The Station area of Neveh Tzedek in Tel Aviv is proud of its Spanish atmosphere.

Port Said

03-7367272

Standing on the shoulders of its hip forefather, Teder, it’s a similar setup to before only with a seriously star-studded kitchen. Chef Eyal Shani is now leading the charge with some of the swishest bar snacks this side of the Dead Sea. Make sure to aim for Port Said’s sweet spot where you can savour views of the Great Synagogue and still catch the crackle of the vinyl player from within. And if you’re going on the weekend, prep yourself for a ruckus.

Biggy Z

03-536-9582

E a popular New Orleans themed dive bar located in 18 Bograshov St., at the center of Tel Aviv. It is especially known for its unique “unlimited refill” drinking model, in wstablished at the beginning of 2013, Biggy Z ishich guests purchase a wristband that provides them with all night, unlimited quality alcoholic drinks. Biggy Z has also made itself a name for its bubbly sexy carnival style Bourbon St. atmosphere. Biggy’s design is warm and colorful. It blends the vibe of the Crescent City’s steamy jazz clubs and the lively ambience of the “Mardi Gras” festival celebrated annually on the French Quarter of New Orleans.

Sightseeing

The “Nalaga’at” Center

Located at the Jaffa port in Tel Aviv, the center was founded by the “Nalaga’at”, a non-profit organization who opened its gates to the public in December 2007. The Center is comprised of the “Nalaga’at” Theater, home to the Deaf-blind Acting Ensemble; Café Kapish, with its deaf waiters and BlackOut, the pitch-black restaurant with its staff of blind waiters. The “Nalaga’at” Center currently employs some 70 people, most of whom are deaf, blind or deaf-blind.

Shuk Hapishpesim 0547450030

The market is a market that sales unique objects, furniture products, new clothes and second-hand.
The market crowded almost every day of the year, and he’s place for visitors and tourists and of course those who favor bargains and second hand items. There are shops and stalls are usually fixed, but there are vendors selling handmade items, old items and more.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Carmel Market

The Carmel Market, known in Israel as “Shuk Ha’Carmel”, located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city’s biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods.

Open Sun-Thur 7:00-19:00, Fri 7:00-16:00

Nachalat Binyamin Market

Every Tuesday and Friday (and on holidays), vendors display their merchandise on little tables along the paved part of Nachalat Binyamin St. You can find jewelry, painted ceramics, special toys, lampshades, Judiaca and many other kinds of paraphernalia.

Bread Story

03-5283888

Bread Story is an innovative New-York concept brought to Israel by the owner of the restaurant Vicki Christina and the Benedict chain.The concept of Bread Story which combines the bakery with the classic kitchen, was developed in New York and inspired by a number of bakeries and bread-based chains, and topped off with an Israeli twist.

Benedict

03-6868657 (Ben Yehuda) | 03-6868657 (Rothschild)

why are all restaurants meant only for lunch and dinner? So Benedict tries to answer this question by providing a new concept: breakfast restaurant. They have around 10 rich breakfast sets which vary from each other, but they are all good. For a lighter breakfast you can have muesli, sandwiches or a shakshouka

HaPizza

03-5281077

HaPizza is an authentic Neapolitan restaurant / pizzeria, located walking distance from the beach and the lively street Bugrashov. good atmosphere great food.

MEX & CO

03-644-4730

MEX & CO is a Mexican diner on 122 Ben Yehuda Street. You can enjoy traditional Mexican dishes only for 29nis, along with option of making your own, and good prices.

Messa

0579418828

Messa offers diners haute cuisine by Chef Aviv Moshe in a gorgeously designed setting that redefines the Tel-Aviv dining experience. Aviv defines the restaurant’s cuisine as “thrilling, far from simple, and with a subtext of Mother’s kitchen”. The menu is grounded on Provencal cookery techniques. Locally sourced materials are used extensively, there’s a strong emphasis on the quality of raw materials, plus games with different textures…so each dish is imbued with captivating complexity.

Dallal

03-5109292

Dallal is a bistro-inspired restaurant that is situated on the ruins of three beautifully restored buildings, within walking distance of the Suzanne Dallal Centre in Neve tzedek. The lovely view of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood and the conserved buildings in the area create a special atmosphere that almost takes one back in time to the beginning of Tel aviv when Neve Tzedek was one of the first neighborhoods.

Rubi

972-509995391

Rubi is a neighborhood bar located at the north of Tel-Aviv. One of those places where everyone knows everyone. The music is very happy and has a blend of Israeli music and music from all over the world. If you’re in the area don`t miss one of Tel Aviv`s hottest nightlife spots.

Vicky Cristina

03-7367272

Vicky Cristina, the new tapas and wine bar, located in a spacious patio under an antique Ficus tree, in The Station area of Neveh Tzedek in Tel Aviv is proud of its Spanish atmosphere.

Port Said

03-7367272

Standing on the shoulders of its hip forefather, Teder, it’s a similar setup to before only with a seriously star-studded kitchen. Chef Eyal Shani is now leading the charge with some of the swishest bar snacks this side of the Dead Sea. Make sure to aim for Port Said’s sweet spot where you can savour views of the Great Synagogue and still catch the crackle of the vinyl player from within. And if you’re going on the weekend, prep yourself for a ruckus.

Biggy Z

03-536-9582

E a popular New Orleans themed dive bar located in 18 Bograshov St., at the center of Tel Aviv. It is especially known for its unique “unlimited refill” drinking model, in wstablished at the beginning of 2013, Biggy Z ishich guests purchase a wristband that provides them with all night, unlimited quality alcoholic drinks. Biggy Z has also made itself a name for its bubbly sexy carnival style Bourbon St. atmosphere. Biggy’s design is warm and colorful. It blends the vibe of the Crescent City’s steamy jazz clubs and the lively ambience of the “Mardi Gras” festival celebrated annually on the French Quarter of New Orleans.