Tel Aviv! These Are The Best Bars You Have To Check Out

Updated: Nov 22, 2018

Tel Aviv is known as the party metropol in the Middle East and now considered to be one of the best nightlife destinations in Europe as well. I can see why! It opens new restaurants and bars all the time, making this city even more enjoyable to visit for a adventurous soul like me and this is only one of many good things with this amazing city! The nightlife scene is intensely competitive and bars are constantly opening and closing, reinventing themselves and trying new concepts. Tel Aviv is a true 24 hour city, and bars and clubs can be found in most of the city. Having said that, we visited many cool bars and I want to guide you to my favorite Bars and Clubs in Tel Aviv. Enjoy!

Beach Bars

La La Land

This beach bar is near Carlton Hotel and its known as the 'European Beach'. The ambience is really nice and the food is good. Come here for a lazy day by the beach or just enjoy the beautiful and colorful sunsets.


This is more of a combined hang out place for a beach day turning into a nightclub/bar. The food here is really good and the cocktails to. Try it!

This is your list for 7 bars you have to check out when you're in Tel Aviv!

Imperial Bar

One of the best bars in Tel Aviv, no doubt. The ambience is really nice and they also have a little patio where you can sit outside or you should make a reservation in the bar where the magic happens..

HaYarkon St 66

Bellboy Bar

A fun and quirky bar serving creative cocktails. I don't want to spoil everything so just trust me on this one and visit this amazing and odd bar!

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Inside Hotel B Berdichevsky


This is one of many rooftop bars in Tel Aviv. The location on Rotschild makes this a given place to visit for a drink or two before going out and partying. The ambience here is relaxed and eclectic and there is a lot of locals here to. If you feel for a night out you should visit Jimmy Who? which is located in the same building as Speakeasy, a perfect combination!

Rothschild Blvd 24

Drama Bar

The newly opened hotspot named Drama which refers to the “tension created between reality and imagination, and in creating an unforgettable entertainment experience”. They have succeeded with a cocktail bar, an outdoor courtyard and a gallery floor upstairs turning into a nightclub around midnight.

Nahalat Binyamin St 52


Near the corner of Rotschild with its retro-futuristic theme and with multiple rooms and a massive outdoor garden there is a spot for everyone. They also have DJs coming here from all around the world playing. Check it out!

Allenby St 122

Kuli Alma

The venue of Kuli Alma is something different and has a cool vibe. Before you go, check out who's playing or if they have a special night. You will find both locals and tourists here. And they also have an art exhibition.

Mikveh Israel St 10

There is surely something for everyone in this city and I can highly recommend you to visit Tel Aviv! I hope you find this guide helpful!

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