Dec 23 2010

Mafteach Club Tel Aviv

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If you like underground clubs, the Mafteach club is a great choice in northern part of Tel Aviv, close to many of the hotels on the promenade.

The club is built on top of the old Layla bar, which was a great place too. The club is dark but not too much, not too big but has several separate areas and has a good vibe. Trance music is usually  played.

Mafteach club Tel Aviv
Address: Ben Yehuda 77.

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Sep 19 2010

Carlton Bar – on the beach

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Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, The Carlton Bar is one of Tel Aviv’s open bars that many love to enjoy during the hot days. The Carlton on the beach is located right in front of the Carlton Tel Aviv Hotel, west to the famous Gordon Pool, and overlooking the Marina.

Carlton On The Beach

Carlton On The Beach

The place is trendy and big, offering many sofas and a long floor packed with smiling faces. The pop/dance music is quiet enough to let you talk and enjoy your company.

Carlton Bar
10 Eliezer Peri Street Tel Aviv

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Jun 29 2010

RADIO E.P.G.B Underground Club, Shadal 7 St., Tel Aviv

Radio E.P.G.B. is an ultra-hip underground club in the heart of Tel Aviv.
With it’s unique edge and alternative appeal, it’s the place to be for the who’s who of Tel Aviv’s art and fashion scene.
It is a sanctuary for music lovers and nightlife scenesters alike. The music lineup is always stellar and right on point, which makes the Radio a perfect venue for live performances by indie bands and musicians.

The name ‘Radio’ was brought about in an effort to ‘broadcast’ this unique content to the people, as well as to emphasize the club’s open line of communication with the city. Thereby, always moving and shaking with the times and trends. This sets the Radio apart as a true ‘tastemaker’ in the Tel Aviv nightlife culture scene.

Radio’s punk and rock roots are clear to see from the design of the place.
The amazing graffiti covered bathroom walls were inspired by the legendary C.B.G.B in New York City. While a collage of musically historic newspaper clippings creatively cover the walls of the club. Coupled with the elegant and classic design of the bar, all of these elements come together to create a warm and homey atmosphere.

But what makes the Radio stand on it’s own as a true trailblazer in the Tel Aviv nightlife scene, is without a doubt, the music. On any given night you’ll find one of Radio’s world renowned DJ’s playing a set consisting of indie-rock and updated indietronica mixed with classic punk rock.

What does E.P.G.B. stand for, you ask? That remains a mystery…

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Aug 27 2009

Metropolis Restaurant – Bistro and Café

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This veteran establishment in northern Tel Aviv serves breakfast, sandwiches, salads, fish, meat, and an array of other dishes. Throughout the day, the background music changes, ranging from light jazz in the morning to chill out and lounge groove in the afternoon and evening.
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Aug 27 2009

Jajo Vino – Shabazi 47, Neveh Tzedek

Published by under Tel Aviv Bars,Wine Bar

I see that my learned friend has described every wine bar that he’s familiar with, so here’s another one…

On Shabazi Street, in Neveh Tzedek, across the street from its father – Jajo (the hottest place for a date) – is a small place with a bar that can host up to 18 people, and another bar that faces the street. The place is called Jajo Vino, and it meets the high expectations that go along with its name.

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Aug 27 2009

Poyke Tirza 14, Jaffa – Excellent Meat Restaurant

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One of the best and well-known restaurants in the city opened five years ago in a beautiful old building in Jaffa. The dishes are based on the slow cook “poyke” method – in a South African cast iron pot – in order to utilize the spread of heat and roast the steaks in the best possible manner.

Even the restaurant’s famous dessert – hot chocolate cake – is baked in a poyke!!!
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Aug 27 2009

Charcuterie – Rabbi Hanina 2, Jaffa

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It took me a while, but I finally learned how to pronounce the name of this place correctly…

Jaffa is like a woman… Every year she looks better and more inviting than ever. The streets near the flea market are simply beautiful and pleasant, and restaurants and cafes and popping up everywhere.
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Aug 27 2009

Success is Unbelievably Easy

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The international culinary standard is constantly on the rise, and for quite some time a diverse menu or millions of dollars spent on design have not been enough to succeed in Tel Aviv’s uncompromising “Restaurant Championship” – that’s why God created takeaway. What we’re looking for today has much more to do with a place’s personality and soul; to lure us out of the house they have to understand that food is a form of entertainment that includes quality dishes, excellent service, good prices and most importantly an atmosphere that encourages a hearty appetite and libido. After all, food is the most sensuous thing there is.
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Aug 27 2009

Barbunya Bar – Ben Yehuda Street, Tel Aviv

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I’ve liked this little, wooden, very very smoker-friendly place for a long time…

It’s a hybrid of a local bar with really good food, and on summer days when it’s harder to digest meat (not for me personally, but in general…) it’s so fun to spend an evening, or Saturday after the beach (for those who can muster the courage to go to the beach and get mauled by the masses and the kids throwing sand…) at a side table or on the bar…
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Aug 27 2009

Everything Starts at Rothschild’s Kitchen

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Last Friday, when I got home at 7:00 A.M. after yet another crazy night out, I remembered that only a few hours prior I’d been at Rothschild’s Kitchen, with a bottle of white wine (Chardonnay – really good!) thinking to myself, “How fun, another calm night in the city.” Calm – yeah right. Though the place is like a café/bar/relaxed restaurant, with a great menu and beautiful décor, under the surface lies the hidden potential for a lot of alcohol, a young, dynamic atmosphere, a young, professional staff, fresh air and a fantastic location.

I should note that it’s good to know one of the staff members or owners, because then you get surprise chasers…

Like I said – everything starts at Rothschild’s Kitchen… and ends somewhere in the early hours of the morning…

רוטשילד'ס קיטשן

Rothschild’s Kitchen
Address: Rothschild 73, Tel Aviv
Phone Number: 03-525-7171

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