We don't agree with the politics, but the people, the food and the city are amazing. Tel Aviv is hipster paradise. Super gay friendly, with a great nightlife and beautiful beaches.
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Tel Aviv is a relative small city, so it doesn't really matter in which part you stay. Many people prefer a place close to the beach. We really love Florentin. Still a bit rough around the edges, it has a hipster & gay friendly vibe with lots of cafes and its laid-back bars with craft beer and live jazz bands.
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Tel Aviv has an amazing food scene. It is basically impossible to get a bad meal in this city. These are some of our favorite spots.
This restaurant is quintessentially Tel Aviv. It has a relaxed atmosphere and serves amazing Middle Eastern cuisine crafted by renowned Israeli chef Eyal Shani. The menu changes frequently and features locally sourced dishes designed for sharing, all served with generous helpings of tehina. Don't miss out on their must-try dishes: minute steak and Jericho beans with garlic and lemon.
Har Sinai St 5, Tel Aviv-Yafo
If Tel Aviv is the hipster captital of the world, TEDER.FM is its mecca. Located in Derech Jaffa 9, the pop-up bar has now become a permanent fixture. It serves delicious pizza and beer in sharing-sized jugs.It's the perfect spot for a chilled hangout with friends, complete with live music, guest DJs. TIP: Get there early to snag a table before 9pm, and enjoy affordable prices.
Derech Jaffa 9
Panda Pita is a must-try street food spot in Tel Aviv. Their fluffy pita and crispy falafel with delicious tahini sauce are excellent, but the real showstoppers are their innovative fusion pitas. The Eggplant fillet in the cloud pita, the Sea fish ceviche pita with Tunisian-style fresh fish, and the Meat sloppy pita with a mixture of steel lamb and long-cooked ground veal ribs with caramelised onions are all divine examples of haute cuisine colliding with the beloved Israeli pita.
Malan St 45 (Carmel Market)
Experience true Israeli flavors at Ha'achim's and dine like a local. The restaurant is located on the bustling Ibn Gabriol and is a popular spot for hipsters with its post-industrial style, exposed stone walls, and herb-covered counters. The establishment is family-oriented, as Ha'achim means "brothers" in Hebrew
Shlomo Ibn Gabirol St 26
Transport yourself to a backyard barbeque with a young crowd adn chill outdoor garden. The colourful, quirky space isa cool ode to bike culture - perfect for snapping a pic for the "gram" while enjoying a tasty meal with loved ones.
Nahalat Binyamin St 29,
In August 2013, Dalida restaurant opened in Levinsky Market, quickly becoming a popular and trendy spot. Inspired by the legendary singer Dalida, the restaurant blends Arab-Italian-French cultures and flavors, reflected in its design, Chef Dan Zuaretz's menu, cocktails, and soundtrack.
Zevulun St 7
Puaa, a cafe-restaurant in the heart of the flea market, offers a charming escape with vintage decor. It pioneered Jaffa's gentrification and serves exceptional food like the popular mansaf dish. Get there early on weekends and browse unique flea-market decor for sale.
abbi Yohanan St 8