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Kuli Alma is a music and art-focused nightlife institution nestled into the creative crux of south Tel Aviv.
Authentic Tel Avivian Bar where hipsters mix with tourists at the sound of contemporary music in a 90's scene
Kuli is always a fun night out - local bands, fun dance floor, and outdoor spots for a quieter vibe.
hipstery, labyrinthine nightspot with art exhibitions, live entertainment & vegetarian Israeli food
“Nadav Kundel, a former Aunami chef, prepares Dizzy Prishdon for fancy bar meals, and as appropriate for the local crowd, the best dish on the menu is vegetable schnitzel with kohlrabi, peppers, cucumbers and tomatoes, but it is also legitimate to break boundaries and plant with a goose breast roast croissant Or dumplings dumplings The bar serves a pampering and unique cocktail menu Sports broadcasts are available only in cases of extreme sports events for general education and not for ordinary days, the most solis in the place is elephant re-operation in shekels, simply because that's what it's called in the menu. Gentle and feminine for people who like a relaxed and tense experience instead”
“So what is a Sabich? A Pita filled with roasted eggplant, a bit of potato, an egg, some salady stuff, tehina, and some special spices. It’s delicious!”
“Excellent food, hip TLV vibes. Go for happy hour or get the full tasting menu (4+ people).”
“Home to an impressive collection of local and international art, this is the White City’s biggest museum. Tel Aviv Museum is located in a beautiful large plaza full of sculptures, and is right next door to an even more impressive plaza, which is home to Israel’s second largest theatre and main opera house. The museum has recently opened a new wing, so its worth checking out the surrounding area too.”