Israel is not always associated with nightlife, considering the number of religious sites. However, everyone who visited Tel-Aviv once knows that it is the best city to party in the Middle East (and the most eager fans believe it to be the best city in the world). You can begin exploring Tel Aviv nightlife by surveying the different places to eat on the index and rating website Eat in TLV that gathered together all the places that can offer you supper – from pizzerias to fancy restaurants.
Why Tel Aviv Nightlife Starts with a Good Drink?
In order to enjoy the full extent of Tel-Aviv, you’ve got to explore a few places in a single evening before settling down in a bar or club which suites you best, here’s a few reasons why you should not settle for a single place in one evening, to get the full experience
- Tel Aviv nightlife are versatile and offer a different experience in different hours of the night
- Some clubs have policy of not allowing getting in before 01:00 or 02:00 am so you better keep yourself busy until opening time
- Enjoy the happy hour good alcohol deals
Tel-aviv evening planning
In this article we chose to talk about the early evening up until midnight, after this hour the clubs are a very good option especially if you want to shake your ass a bit.
We have discussed in detail the clubbing scene and the top list nightclubs in Tel-aviv so we will spare you this info for now. It’s time to talk about the pre-party time, evening time before the serious clubs open up and the before parties gets crowded. These are the places worth visiting in the early evening before things are getting real hot in the city.
It’s always a good idea to get cheap alcohol within the various happy hour deals in the city. If you’re around the Carmel market you can try the Beer Bazaar with a happy hour up to 20:00, afterwards you can continue to the nearby Salon Berlin in which the happy hour is until 22:30 and next to it is the Cheers bar with deals up to 23:00.
If you’re in the Dizengoff area you might want to consider the Tzina or the Ilka, with a 1+1 happy hour deals until 20:00 and can be a nice stop on the way to the clubs at the port.
In the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, go for an early evening in the open air tapas bar , the Vicky Cristina, with a light atmosphere of cava and wine.
The Way to Party in Israel
Whether you want to check out the clubs on the beach or just take a walk on Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv nightlife will always offer you a great variety of things to do and places to eat in. The unique atmosphere of the city and its “never sleeping” vibe is part of its charm, as well as the outstanding people who live, work and create in the most dynamic town in Israel. Nightlife is as vivid as the daily routine for those people, and getting synced with their rhythm is definitely one special treat you must give to yourself during your stay in Israel.