Aug 22 2009

The Kibbutz at the Port – A Bar with a Kibbutz Vibe

Published by at 7:05 pm under Tel Aviv Bars

The Kibbutz at the Port – A Bar with a Kibbutz Vibe (both in terms of music and alcohol prices).

For all those who moved from the kibbutz or moshav to Tel Aviv and miss the haystacks, mats, Israeli music and old-school beer and tequila prices – come quick to “Kibbutz at the Port” – a huge space that features large wooden tables, mats, a huge, spacious bar and lots of other surprises…

For an inconsequential entrance fee (NIS 10-20) you’ll be able to enjoy food and alcohol at ridiculously low prices: Vodka Red Bull for NIS 16, half a liter of beer for NIS 18, etc.

And while you’re reaping and sowing, Israeli music – including Kaveret, HaYehudim and others – will be playing in the background. The only thing missing is the old Givatron band breaking out into song and dance amid the haystacks, though you can catch their music videos on the TVs at the bar.

There are a number of other cool things at the bar, including a John Deere tractor, a pool table, televisions with Playstations and hookah pipes. Maybe in the future they’ll even have cow-milking stations and then it’d be just perfect…

The friendly staff wears kibbutz-style clothing and the clientele is mixed, with a relaxed vibe. The breeze from the sea adds to the bar’s laidback atmosphere.

So put on a pair of jeans and a plaid shirt and come enjoy the cheap alcohol and kibbutz vibes that you’d almost forgotten…

Kibbutz at the Port BarAddress: HaTa’arucha 3, Tel Aviv Port

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