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Lilinblum Street – central nightlife area
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Lilinblum Street – central nightlife area

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The Lilinblum Street area is known to offer a wide selection of trendy bars. This central nightlife area is located in the southern part of the city, between the end of Rothschild Boulevard and Neve Tzedek, and has numerous bars one next to the other.

The new Nanutchka

Nanutchka (28 Lilinblum Street.) is one of Tel Aviv’s most famous and popular bar-restaurants. The design and dishes served are Georgian-influenced, which means a unique Eastern European feel. The bar itself is not large, and is surrounded by couple of small tables. This place is very popular amongst residents, so if you want to find a sit you’d better come as early as possible.

Abraxas (40 Lilinblum St.) is another well-established institute. It was opened more than a decade ago (centuries in terms of nightlife in Tel Aviv), and it is still very popular. Abraxas has a unique-shaped bar with many corners, which makes it a good place to have a conversation, although music levels are pretty loud. The bar is surrounded by sofas and small tables, and the place is always packed with a pretty diverse crowd.

Lilinblum 22 is a better choice for those who prefer their beer in darker and a bit sleazier atmosphere. The bar is not big, and the music, mostly electronic, is loud. It is a good option for a solitary drinking evening on the bar or for looking around for some company.

On the other side of Lilinblum Street there are two well-known bars, side by side – Shesek and Mishmish (17 Lilinblum Street). Though both share the same owners and are both named after local fruits, they are pretty different from one another. Shesek is for the younger crowd, and is more of a lounge bar, while Mishmish has two cool bars and the crowd is more mature and stylish.

If you are looking for the heart of the drinking culture of Tel Aviv, you will find it right here, in the Lilinblum Street area.

Sea and Sun – Beaches of Tel Aviv

Sea and Sun – Beaches of Tel Aviv

The beautiful white beaches of Tel Aviv are the city’s most popular attraction and a must for any visitor. The magnificent promenade (“Tayelet” in Hebrew), with its beachfront cafes and restaurants, runs along the shore at the main hotel area, providing a great location for morning or afternoon jogging. Surfing The beaches are mostly crowded on weekends (Friday and Saturday), and are pleasantly quiet in early mornings, when the only brave swimmers are seniors working on their exercise. The seashores are dotted with kiosks just a few steps from the water, tan worshipers lying on beach-beds while others carefully sitting under parasols. Beautiful Mediterranean Sunset While at the beach you may find yourself moving your head from the right to the left, following local pairs playing “Matkot” (Israeli beach Tennis), and on summer evenings, soon after the beautiful Mediterranean sunset, the beaches become a great location for night hang outs, you can find many beach bars, from the new and renovated Mezizim beach bar to the one North of the Marina and others along the beach. http://www.inisrael.com/news/?p=465

Kerem HaTeimanim - one of the oldest neighborhoods of Tel Aviv and a must visit!

Kerem HaTeimanim - one of the oldest neighborhoods of Tel Aviv and a must visit!

Kerem HaTeimanim, also known as the Yemenite Vineyard, is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. Located in the southern part of the city, it is named after the Yemenite Jews who immigrated to Israel and settled there in the late 19th century. The neighborhood is known for its winding alleys, stone houses, and authentic Yemenite cuisine. For travelers looking to experience the local culture and history of Tel Aviv, Kerem HaTeimanim is a must-visit destination. Here are some of the top things to see and do in the neighborhood: Visit the Carmel Market - Located on the edge of Kerem Hatimen, the Carmel Market is one of the largest and most vibrant markets in Tel Aviv. It's a great place to sample local foods and buy souvenirs. Try Yemenite cuisine - Kerem HaTeimanim is famous for its Yemenite food, which includes dishes such as jachnun, malawach, and kubaneh. You can find some of the best Yemenite food in the area at the famous Shlomo and Doron restaurant. Explore the neighborhood's history - Kerem HaTeimanim has a rich history, and you can learn more about it at the Yemenite Heritage Museum. The museum features exhibits on the history of Yemenite Jews in Israel, as well as traditional Yemenite crafts and clothing. Enjoy the nightlife - Kerem HaTeimanim has a lively nightlife scene, with plenty of bars and clubs to choose from. Some of the best include Kuli Alma, a popular bar with live music and art exhibitions, and Alphabet, a speakeasy-style cocktail bar. Discover one of the best fish sandwiches in Israel at the Carmel 40 St., fish stand in Tel Aviv's Carmel Market. This hidden gem offers a perfect bun, legendary sauce, and halibut fillet that will transport you to heaven, all for just NIS 40. Shop for local products - Kerem HaTeimanim is home to a number of small shops selling handmade products such as pottery, jewelry, and textiles. One of the most popular is Sarit Simayof, a boutique selling handmade jewelry and accessories. If you're planning a trip to Tel Aviv, don't miss the chance to explore the historic neighborhood of Kerem HaTeimanim. From its winding alleys and stone houses to its rich cultural heritage and delicious food, it offers a unique glimpse into the local life and culture of Tel Aviv. Here are some hotels that are located at the area of Kerem HaTeimanim in Tel Aviv: THE POLI HOUSE design boutique hotel - THE POLI HOUSE is a modern design boutique hotel located in Tel Aviv, embodying the city's eclectic culture and design, with a prime location that immerses you in the heart of the action. 65 Hotel, Rothschild Tel Aviv - offers stylish rooms and a rooftop terrace. Brown TLV Urban Hotel - offers elegant rooms and a rooftop terrace.

Shishko Tel Aviv: A Blend of Bulgarian Menu and Tel Aviv Fun

Shishko Tel Aviv: A Blend of Bulgarian Menu and Tel Aviv Fun

Shishko is a restaurant located in Tel Aviv that offers a unique culinary experience by blending Bulgarian cuisine with the lively atmosphere of the city. The restaurant is an excellent choice for anyone who loves Balkan food, a lively environment, and good drinks. The combination of great food, good people, and alcohol makes Shishko a perfect destination for anyone who wants to have a good time. One of the highlights of Shishko is their Bulgarian Mazets. Served every day, these dishes are fresh and delicious, offering a true taste of Bulgaria. The menu is simple, yet elegant, and features a range of dishes that will delight any food lover. Shishko's chefs take pride in using fresh and local ingredients to create the perfect blend of flavors. However, Shishko is not just about the food. The restaurant also offers a lively and welcoming atmosphere that reflects the spirit of Tel Aviv. The city is known for its diverse population and lively energy, and Shishko is no exception. The restaurant is located in a vibrant area and attracts a diverse crowd, making it a perfect place to hang out and enjoy the city's energy. The restaurant's atmosphere is also enhanced by the authentic and happy music that plays at a volume that allows for comfortable conversation. The music adds to the overall ambiance of the restaurant, creating a warm and welcoming environment that will make you want to stay longer. Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner for two or a night out with friends, Shishko is the perfect destination. The restaurant offers a range of seating options, from intimate tables to larger group settings, making it a perfect venue for any occasion. In summary, Shishko is a perfect blend of Bulgarian cuisine and Tel Aviv fun. The restaurant offers a unique culinary experience, featuring fresh and delicious dishes served alongside a sea of alcohol. However, the atmosphere is just as important as the food, and Shishko's lively and welcoming environment makes it a perfect destination for anyone looking to experience the energy and diversity of Tel Aviv.

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