Ramat HahayalTel Aviv travel guide
Ramat hahayal, located at the north-eastern part of Tel Aviv, is a nightlife center with many bars, fine restaurants and a live performances club.
Ramat Hahayal is an industrial Hi-Tech area at the north-eastern part of Tel Aviv. In recent years, this area became a nightlife center, and many new bars and restaurants were opened there. It is where wealthy young people come to spend time, so the atmosphere is pretty elegant. Recently a new Hotel was opened by the Fattal Hotel chain – Leonardo Boutique Hotel Tel Aviv,
designed with a brilliant collision of influences from the modern to the Renaissance which suffuses the hotel with a mysterious, magical and bohemian atmosphere. The hotel offers a total of 167 rooms, including seven disabled rooms, 17 suites including one Presidential Suite, two Deluxe Suites and seven Junior Suites. A professional business lounge, a gym, three conference rooms and an unique bar are waiting on the 9th floor.
The Zappa Club (24 Raul Valenberg St., Tel: 03-6499550) in Ramat Hahayal hosts live performances every night of the week, mainly of local rock musicians. The atmosphere in most concerts is not too wild, and the performances take place while people are sitting around their table and chewing on snacks.
The Zappa Club Ramat Hahayal
If Irish pubs are what you crave, check out Leo Bloom’s (24 Raul Valenberg St.), a traditional Irish pub in Ramat Hahayal. In Leo Bloom’s you will find friendly atmosphere, Irish dark beers and traditional snacks. Sometimes there are live performances of local artists there, and all major sports events are projected on large screens.
Moses (26 Habarzel St.) is an elegant grill bar that claims to serve the best hamburgers in the city. It serves other dishes too, but if you choose to sit there you must try the “Art-burger”, which is superb.
If you are looking for pasta, one of the best Italian restaurants in town is nearby. Pasta Mia (34 Habarzel St.) in Ramat Hahayal serves great fresh pasta and good wine in reasonable prices. If you prefer sweets, you should pay a visit to Max Brenner at 23 Habarzel St., a chocolate bar that serves also main dishes and alcohol. Even if you choose not to sit there, treat yourself with a small pack to take back to your hotel. It is definitely worth the trip.