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Discover Dizengoff Center: Tel Aviv’s Top Shopping Mall and Cultural Hub on Dizengoff Street
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Discover Dizengoff Center: Tel Aviv’s Top Shopping Mall and Cultural Hub on Dizengoff Street

Discover Dizengoff Center: Tel Aviv’s Top Shopping Mall and Cultural Hub on Dizengoff Street

Tel Aviv travel guide

Dizengoff St. is one of the longest and busiest Tel Aviv streets, and is one of its main culture, entertainment and shopping centers. Located just few blocks to the east from the Tel Aviv beach, it hosts a wide variety of fashion designers stores, coffee shops, the Beit Lessin Theater (101 Dizengoff St.) and the local attractions Kikar Dizengoff (Dizengoff Square) and the Dizengoff Center shopping mall.

Dizengoff Center

Dizengoff Center, a.k.a “The Center”, located on the corner of Dizengoff St. and King George St., is a large shopping mall (with over 300 stores) offering almost everything – from designer shops to global chains (Zara, Pull & Bear, Aldo and many others), from fast food to consumer electronics, from entertainment (two multi-screen cinemas are located inside the Dizengoff Center complex: Lev cinemas & Dizengoff.) to health centers (2 gyms, one with a rooftop swimming pool!), the new official home of Lego worldwide and the perfect place to enjoy a Lego experience like no other in Israel. Thousands of sets and unique models of: Ninjago, Super Mario, Duplo, Minions, Minecraft and more. A Lego experience like no other in Israel.
Dizengoff Square is located in the middle of this long street and proudly displays its most famous artifact – a huge sculpture created by Yakov Agam which is actually a fountain with a moving display of fire and water and sometimes even music. Dizengoff Square is a meeting place for young (sometimes punk) crowd, and twice a week, on Tuesdays and Fridays, it hosts the Creative Artists Fair which features local artists’ works in wood, glass, ceramics, metal, as well as jewelry, painting, sculpture, New Age items and crafts of all kinds.

Shopping

As for shopping, Dizengoff St. has the best designer shops in Tel-Aviv. These shops are located steps from each other along the street, and offer wedding dresses, suites, shoes and more in a variety of styles and prices. To get the taste of it check out: Tovalé (220 Dizengoff St.), Gertrude (225 Dizengoff St.), Couple Of (203 Dizengoff St.), Catomenta (173 Dizengoff St.), Dorin Frankfurt (164 Dizengoff St), Ronen Chen (155 Dizengoff St.), Naama Bezalel (212 Dizengoff St.), Yosef (213 Dizengoff) and many others. All these shops offer very unique and creative articles, influenced largely by NY and London styles, yet with an Israeli touch. The prices are rather high, but when you’re converting to dollars or Euros it sounds significantly less.

Hotels

Dizengoff naturally offers some nice lodging options: Hotel Cinema, at 1 Zamenhoff Street (on the corner of Kikar Dizengoff / Dizengoff Square), part of the Atlas hotel chain, is a stylish, non-pretentious conversion of one of the first Tel Aviv Cinemas, built in classic Bauhaus style in 1930. Hotel Cinema’s décor includes touches of cinema nostalgia and well-appointed rooms. The rates start at $150 for double room per night, breakfast included.

Center Hotel at 1 Zamenhoff Street (right across the Dizengoff Square from Hotel Cinema) is a new boutique hotel on Dizengoff Square. Also a part of Atlas Hotels, it is located in a historic Bauhaus building that was renovated in 2006 to preserve the special characteristics of “The White City” architectural style.

Old Jaffa Museum

Old Jaffa Museum

Near Kadumim Square and the Summit Garden in the old city of Jaffa, the Old Jaffa Museum hosts changing exhibitions for the whole family, workshops and activities for kids throughout the year. When visiting the museum with your children, you should also visit the ancient alleys of Old Jaffa, the new Zodiac Fountain, the Bridge of Wishes in Khar Kedumim, a flea market and many restaurants in the area. A unique architectural and historical building houses the museum, Sarya al-Atiqa, the old Ottoman government house. This building was probably originally used as a caravan-sarai hostel, or a khan, at the beginning of the 18th century. There is a pillared hall and a vaulted ceiling in this Ottoman complex built on the remains of a Crusader citadel. Visitors can view changing exhibitions at the museum, which is next to the Kedumim square visitors' center "Photos of Yipayot.". 10 Teilat Mfaretz Shlomo St., Tel Aviv-Yafo Sunday - Thursday: 17:00-10:00, Friday: 14:00-10:00, Saturday: 18:00-10:00 Parking accessible Suitable for children +972-3-6813624

LOKAL: A Cozy Road Inn Serving Exceptional Burgers and Chicken in Tel Aviv

LOKAL: A Cozy Road Inn Serving Exceptional Burgers and Chicken in Tel Aviv

I recently had the pleasure of dining at LOKAL, a humble yet present road inn located on Ahad Ha'am street in Tel Aviv. This establishment was born out of a partnership between Alon Peled and Aviv Cohen, who raised a very efficient chicken startup in their crowded apartment during the COVID-19 pandemic. The menu at LOKAL is concise but impressive, offering a burger, chicken, and vegan option with fries on the side and a large container of kombucha that can come plain or alcoholic. I opted for the Smashburger meal, which included 200 grams of aged meat, American cheese, house sauce, house pickles, lettuce, and onion served with chips and a drink for NIS 72.00. The burger was cooked to perfection on a plancha with a dedicated iron weight, resulting in a patty that was neither too crispy nor too juicy. The Koji salt and cheddar cheese added a unique flavor profile that elevated the burger to something truly exceptional. The homemade sauce was also outstanding, completing the burger in a truly satisfying way. My dining companion opted for the Crispy Chicken Dinner, which was served with garlic aioli, homemade pickles, garlic pepper sauce, and fermented honey, American cheese, and lettuce for NIS 72.00. The chicken breast was marinated in ravioli and spices, resulting in a super crispy coating that was incredibly delicious. The additional sauces and toppings made for a flavor explosion that we both thoroughly enjoyed. The restaurant's atmosphere is humble and unpretentious, with a focus on providing customers with high-quality food and drink in a cozy setting. The staff were friendly and accommodating, making us feel right at home. Overall, LOKAL is an outstanding addition to the Tel Aviv food scene. The restaurant's dedication to providing customers with delicious, high-quality food in a cozy atmosphere is evident in every aspect of the dining experience. I highly recommend stopping by LOKAL for a meal that is sure to satisfy both your taste buds and your soul.

Ha'arbaa Street - Tel Aviv culinary center

Ha'arbaa Street - Tel Aviv culinary center

Ha'arbaa St. is a Tel Aviv culinary center in addition to hosting Cinematheque Tel Aviv, the best theater in the city and the home of well known international film festivals. Haarbaa Street offers a mix of "body & soul" – the acclaimed Cinematheque Tel Aviv is located on one end of this not-long street, while the rest of it hosts some of Tel Aviv's greatest restaurants and bars. Cinematheque Tel Aviv shows films of different genres and tastes, from Classical works of the finest directors, to contemporary mainstream filmmakers, and of course a wide selection of experimental and avant-garde pieces. Cinematheque Tel Aviv hosts several film festivals throughout the year, including the Comics and Caricature Festival in August, the International Student Film Festival in June, the DocAviv Documentary Film Festival in March, Icon Festival for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Role-Playing films and several foreign film festivals (Australian, British, French, Thai, Indian, Russian and Brazilian). Cinematheque Tel Aviv is located at 2 Sprinzak St on the Haarbaa St. Tel: +972-3-6060800. As for your culinary options, there are more than you can count. For Mediterranean favorites try Pahsa at 8 Ha'arbaa St. which offers authentic Turkish Kosher cuisine or Levontini at 18 Ha'arbaa. Seafood lovers should visit Kazanki at 16 Ha'arbaa, a nice restaurant and bar offering great variety in very attractive prices. For Sushi, don't miss Unami at 18 Ha'arbaa, a pretty fancy (and expensive) Japanese restaurant. For great atmosphere and Tapas, Tapeo at 16 Ha'arbaa is your place. And it ain't over yet - Odeon offers great steaks and Hamburgers, and the trendiest of them all - Messa Tel Aviv, at 19 Ha'arbaa, Chef Aviv Moshe's personal restaurant, with a design that was featured in world magazines and food to match its fame. There are several coffee shops on Ha'arbaa street as well, and if you walk a few steps to Hahashmonaim street (just around the block), you'll be able to find several additional restaurants and cafes, plus one of Tel Aviv's greatest wine stores, Derech Hayayin (Wine Road) at 93 HaHashmonaim and Lechamim, one of the best bakeries in town.

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