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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Food Scene
The best kosher sushi in town, Nini Hashi have just added Sushi Donuts to their menu. Imagine a donut shaped with sushi rice, topped with fresh fish and sliced veggies. This concept was invented by an Australian Instagrammer and now you can find this trendy and tasty artistic sushi right on Ben Yehuda Street.
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Nini Hachi
228 Ben Yehuda St
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The best kosher sushi in town, Nini Hashi have just added Sushi Donuts to their menu. Imagine a donut shaped with sushi rice, topped with fresh fish and sliced veggies. This concept was invented by an Australian Instagrammer and now you can find this trendy and tasty artistic sushi right on Ben Yehuda Street.
There's nothing new to see at Cafe Mersand — and that's exactly why you should go. It's at once an institution and one of the city's best-kept secrets. Café Mersand debuted in 1955, and since then, nothing has changed — not the decor, the furniture or the recipes. (That means that the raisin cheesecake served today is exactly what your parents and grandparents munched on in the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s.) The real charm factor here, besides aromatic coffee that should be delivered by IV, is the eclectic group of patrons. Elderly ladies with scarves mix with businessmen, hipsters, locals, DJs, musicians, the occasional tourist, and the young and beautiful. Put another way: Everyone fits
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Marsend
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There's nothing new to see at Cafe Mersand — and that's exactly why you should go. It's at once an institution and one of the city's best-kept secrets. Café Mersand debuted in 1955, and since then, nothing has changed — not the decor, the furniture or the recipes. (That means that the raisin cheesecake served today is exactly what your parents and grandparents munched on in the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s.) The real charm factor here, besides aromatic coffee that should be delivered by IV, is the eclectic group of patrons. Elderly ladies with scarves mix with businessmen, hipsters, locals, DJs, musicians, the occasional tourist, and the young and beautiful. Put another way: Everyone fits
If you are looking for a great vegan restaurant head to Anastasia! Yiftach Bareket, a veteran vegan chef, opened this first entirely vegan cafe in the center of Tel Aviv. Somehow at Anastasia, all those super-foods which are supposedly very healthy (chia seeds, spirulina, acai) actually taste good!! They serve innovative breakfast options, tasty salads, and sandwiches, as well as impressive hot dishes. At Anastasia they make their own soy, almond and rice milk, also delicious shakes packed with green goodness. They also serve amazing and guilt-free raw desserts!
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Anastasia
54 Frishman St
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If you are looking for a great vegan restaurant head to Anastasia! Yiftach Bareket, a veteran vegan chef, opened this first entirely vegan cafe in the center of Tel Aviv. Somehow at Anastasia, all those super-foods which are supposedly very healthy (chia seeds, spirulina, acai) actually taste good!! They serve innovative breakfast options, tasty salads, and sandwiches, as well as impressive hot dishes. At Anastasia they make their own soy, almond and rice milk, also delicious shakes packed with green goodness. They also serve amazing and guilt-free raw desserts!
Everyone talks about his excellent soups, but forget that Gabai’s is, first of all, a falafel place. Since 1946, hungry patrons have been eating lunch here, creating a long line at the entrance. They are willing to wait for Gabai’s famous falafel.
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Falafel Gabay
25 Bograshov St
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Everyone talks about his excellent soups, but forget that Gabai’s is, first of all, a falafel place. Since 1946, hungry patrons have been eating lunch here, creating a long line at the entrance. They are willing to wait for Gabai’s famous falafel.
After 9 years on the corner of Bograshov and Ben Yehuda Streets, Beit Thailandi (Thai House) is a Tel Aviv institution. Anyone who knows anything about international cuisine knows that this is the place – quite possibly the only place – to get authentic Thai food in Israel. And it's not just that it's authentic, but absolutely, gorgeously, deliciously authentic. If that didn't sell you, how's this? The Thai ambassador eats there.
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Thai House Restaurant
8 Bograshov St
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After 9 years on the corner of Bograshov and Ben Yehuda Streets, Beit Thailandi (Thai House) is a Tel Aviv institution. Anyone who knows anything about international cuisine knows that this is the place – quite possibly the only place – to get authentic Thai food in Israel. And it's not just that it's authentic, but absolutely, gorgeously, deliciously authentic. If that didn't sell you, how's this? The Thai ambassador eats there.
If you like your cappuccino with a side of startup gossip and tech-entrepreneur wisdom, Nahat in the center of Tel Aviv is your new go-to. It serves strong cups of coffee and espresso to wake up your brain for the lectures, workshops and meetup groups that take place here regularly.
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Nahat Café
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If you like your cappuccino with a side of startup gossip and tech-entrepreneur wisdom, Nahat in the center of Tel Aviv is your new go-to. It serves strong cups of coffee and espresso to wake up your brain for the lectures, workshops and meetup groups that take place here regularly.
Think California-meets-Mediterranean cuisine, mouthwateringly fresh raw ingredients, served in an alfresco "garden lounge" aesthetic. Yes, we can't stop raving about Salva Vida, the latest culinary outpost by chef Yuval Fachler. Thanks to its focus on urban gardening techniques and a fierce dedication to top-quality ingredients, you can expect innovative and unusual dishes like smoked trout with artichoke, Parmesan and quail egg, and salmon sashimi with grapefruit, avocado, and pistachio. All dishes are paired with a handpicked wine list and plated so intricately that you'll almost hate to disturb them.
Salva Vida
88 Ha-Yarkon St
Think California-meets-Mediterranean cuisine, mouthwateringly fresh raw ingredients, served in an alfresco "garden lounge" aesthetic. Yes, we can't stop raving about Salva Vida, the latest culinary outpost by chef Yuval Fachler. Thanks to its focus on urban gardening techniques and a fierce dedication to top-quality ingredients, you can expect innovative and unusual dishes like smoked trout with artichoke, Parmesan and quail egg, and salmon sashimi with grapefruit, avocado, and pistachio. All dishes are paired with a handpicked wine list and plated so intricately that you'll almost hate to disturb them.
The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most centrally located shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your taste buds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and coffee roasted on the spot or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
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Carmel Market
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The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most centrally located shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your taste buds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and coffee roasted on the spot or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
Thanks to our friends over at Happy in Tel Aviv we hear that one of the greatest Israeli Chef, Omer Miller, just announced the opening of Calipso.tlv, his new restaurant on Frishman Beach. Finally a gourmet restaurant directly on one of the most popular beaches of Tel Aviv! No more cold fries and overpriced salads for the beach bunnies. A year after closing is former and famous restaurant “Hachoulhan”, a 4-year long success on Rothschild Boulevard and a couple months after launching Susu & Sons, is burger bar concept, Omer Miller announced the opening of his new restaurant and we look forward to enjoying his culinary delights in between dips in the Mediterranean this summer.
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Frishman Beach
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Thanks to our friends over at Happy in Tel Aviv we hear that one of the greatest Israeli Chef, Omer Miller, just announced the opening of Calipso.tlv, his new restaurant on Frishman Beach. Finally a gourmet restaurant directly on one of the most popular beaches of Tel Aviv! No more cold fries and overpriced salads for the beach bunnies. A year after closing is former and famous restaurant “Hachoulhan”, a 4-year long success on Rothschild Boulevard and a couple months after launching Susu & Sons, is burger bar concept, Omer Miller announced the opening of his new restaurant and we look forward to enjoying his culinary delights in between dips in the Mediterranean this summer.
Drinks & Nightlife
Hidden inside the Imperial Hotel, the Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar is the top of the top when it comes to craft cocktails. This temple to the lost art of cocktail goes back to the source, featuring veteran bartenders from the younger years of the White City. With an Asian-colonial inspired kitchen and a wide range of music from jazz to rock n’ roll, it’s no coincidence Imperial was crowned Drinks International magazine’s ‘Best Bar in Africa and the Middle East.’
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Imperial Cocktail Bar
66 HaYarkon St
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Hidden inside the Imperial Hotel, the Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar is the top of the top when it comes to craft cocktails. This temple to the lost art of cocktail goes back to the source, featuring veteran bartenders from the younger years of the White City. With an Asian-colonial inspired kitchen and a wide range of music from jazz to rock n’ roll, it’s no coincidence Imperial was crowned Drinks International magazine’s ‘Best Bar in Africa and the Middle East.’
This too-cool-for-school watering hole is the newest fad on the Allenby bar scene. Nilus Bar - named after the Nile - combines high-class hipster with artsy vibes. The DJs, bartenders and managers are predominantly women bringing the spotlight down on Tel Aviv's art culture. Expect to meet directors, photographers, and budding artists while swirling a creative cocktail. And, when you want a break from the arts and culture, head upstairs for some recharging food or a smoke.
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Nilus bar
33 Allenby St
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This too-cool-for-school watering hole is the newest fad on the Allenby bar scene. Nilus Bar - named after the Nile - combines high-class hipster with artsy vibes. The DJs, bartenders and managers are predominantly women bringing the spotlight down on Tel Aviv's art culture. Expect to meet directors, photographers, and budding artists while swirling a creative cocktail. And, when you want a break from the arts and culture, head upstairs for some recharging food or a smoke.
Situated a short walk from the Carmel Market and overlooking Tel Aviv’s happening Nahalat Binyamin Street, the Prince Charming of rooftop bars lights up the sky with fairy lights and fancy cocktails. Don’t be fooled by the entrance — it may look like it's leading into an abandoned building, but on the roof is a hidden garden oasis serving up quality eats and drinks with beats by some very talented DJs, making The Prince's atmosphere the most enchanting of them all.
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The Prince
18 Nahalat Binyamin St
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Situated a short walk from the Carmel Market and overlooking Tel Aviv’s happening Nahalat Binyamin Street, the Prince Charming of rooftop bars lights up the sky with fairy lights and fancy cocktails. Don’t be fooled by the entrance — it may look like it's leading into an abandoned building, but on the roof is a hidden garden oasis serving up quality eats and drinks with beats by some very talented DJs, making The Prince's atmosphere the most enchanting of them all.
Sightseeing
The Namal, meaning port, in northern Tel Aviv is a vibrant and happening boardwalk filled with trendy cafes, restaurants and bars, designer clothing shops, market places and night clubs. With the water out to one side and jostling urban sprawl on the other, it’s a leisurely stroll through the best of Tel Aviv. Go on a Friday morning for the excellent farmer's market and the people watching!
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نمال تل أبيب 1
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The Namal, meaning port, in northern Tel Aviv is a vibrant and happening boardwalk filled with trendy cafes, restaurants and bars, designer clothing shops, market places and night clubs. With the water out to one side and jostling urban sprawl on the other, it’s a leisurely stroll through the best of Tel Aviv. Go on a Friday morning for the excellent farmer's market and the people watching!
In the heart of the city (lev ha'ir), just steps from the famed Rothschild Boulevard, lies the culinary, fashion and entertainment center of Tel Aviv. The shady, tree-lined boulevard is surrounded by an eclectic mix of old and new, ranging from state-of-the-art skyscrapers to falling-down indie shops. With old-school cool and plenty of charm, the neighborhood beckons to travelers and locals alike as the perfect place to kick back, stroll, and take in what the city does best — preferably with a coffee in hand.
Habima/Rothschild Blvd
In the heart of the city (lev ha'ir), just steps from the famed Rothschild Boulevard, lies the culinary, fashion and entertainment center of Tel Aviv. The shady, tree-lined boulevard is surrounded by an eclectic mix of old and new, ranging from state-of-the-art skyscrapers to falling-down indie shops. With old-school cool and plenty of charm, the neighborhood beckons to travelers and locals alike as the perfect place to kick back, stroll, and take in what the city does best — preferably with a coffee in hand.
Parks & Nature
This is Tel Aviv! Tel Aviv’s most popular beaches, with wide stretches of sand, lifeguards, chairs… and lots of people! If you want to understand Tel Aviv, hit up these beaches on a Friday or Saturday in the summer. A huge mish-mash of tourists and locals vying for a spot to tan, sip a beer, be seen, and drool over the beautiful bronzed bodies.
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Bugrashov Beach
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This is Tel Aviv! Tel Aviv’s most popular beaches, with wide stretches of sand, lifeguards, chairs… and lots of people! If you want to understand Tel Aviv, hit up these beaches on a Friday or Saturday in the summer. A huge mish-mash of tourists and locals vying for a spot to tan, sip a beer, be seen, and drool over the beautiful bronzed bodies.
Arts & Culture
One of the smallest museums and likely the most overlooked is Ben-Gurion House, a historic house museum at 17 Ben-Gurion Boulevard that served as an additional residence for Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. Visitors can see Ben-Gurion’s library, his family’s sleeping quarters and the study where he worked. Take a free guided tour of the house and learn about Ben-Gurion’s life work
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Ben-Gurion House
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One of the smallest museums and likely the most overlooked is Ben-Gurion House, a historic house museum at 17 Ben-Gurion Boulevard that served as an additional residence for Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. Visitors can see Ben-Gurion’s library, his family’s sleeping quarters and the study where he worked. Take a free guided tour of the house and learn about Ben-Gurion’s life work
Originally the home of Chaim Nahman Bialik, pioneer of modern Hebrew and Yiddish poetry and Israel’s national poet. The house is renowned for its original Bauhaus architecture and unique interior design
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Bialik House
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Originally the home of Chaim Nahman Bialik, pioneer of modern Hebrew and Yiddish poetry and Israel’s national poet. The house is renowned for its original Bauhaus architecture and unique interior design
Shopping
If you think shopping for retro clothing happens only in dusty basements and moldy attics, you clearly have yet to step foot in Aderet Vintage Shop. Located on the ever-stylish Bugrashov Street near Dizengoff Square, Aderet was established in 2005 to curate a diverse collection of eclectic vintage clothing and accessories for men and women. The racks are filled with items ranging from throwback 1950s pieces to contemporary designs, and the stock changes weekly. Pick up gently worn jackets, shirts, hats, glasses, jewelry and bags that you definitely won't find at your go-to stores. Bonus: Not only do you get to shop, you can also reminisce about your favorite fashion eras.
אדרת - Aderet
53 Bograshov St
If you think shopping for retro clothing happens only in dusty basements and moldy attics, you clearly have yet to step foot in Aderet Vintage Shop. Located on the ever-stylish Bugrashov Street near Dizengoff Square, Aderet was established in 2005 to curate a diverse collection of eclectic vintage clothing and accessories for men and women. The racks are filled with items ranging from throwback 1950s pieces to contemporary designs, and the stock changes weekly. Pick up gently worn jackets, shirts, hats, glasses, jewelry and bags that you definitely won't find at your go-to stores. Bonus: Not only do you get to shop, you can also reminisce about your favorite fashion eras.
Essentials
Fully stocked convenience store where nothing costs more than 5 shekels! What started as a chain of coffee shops has evolved into supermarkets. Sometimes cheap is actually chic! :)
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Super Cofix
174 Ben Yehuda St
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Fully stocked convenience store where nothing costs more than 5 shekels! What started as a chain of coffee shops has evolved into supermarkets. Sometimes cheap is actually chic! :)