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TPOL’s Guide to A Night in Tel Aviv: Breakfast Included

Tel Aviv Nightlife Travel Guide is part of the #NoCollusion, No Albania for TPOL where I break my 100 country count mark. See the World Map for where I’ve been.

Tel Aviv is not Shanghai, but it is a tremendous place if you are looking to party.


Drinks are expensive in Tel Aviv. Drinking before going out is advisable. Also note that shops stop selling alcohol after 11PM.

a shelf with bottles of beverages
No beer for sale after 11

Getting to the Party

If you’re looking for a taxi on a Thursday or Friday, which is considered the weekend in Tel Aviv, download the Gett app, ask your hotel to make the booking, or hope for a free ride.

Dizengoff Street 

A great place to start your night is Dizengoff Street. It’s full of lively bars, but it can get pricey.

a receipt on a tray
2 beers for $16.50

The Prince

If you’re looking for fancy mixed drinks and a cool atmosphere check out The Prince. a building with a mural on it a painting of a wolf on a wall a glass of orange liquid with ice and a straw

TPOL’s TipLocated at Nahalat Binyamin St 18

Rothschild Boulevard & Ben Yehuda Street

Rothschild Boulevard has a club or a pub for everyone. Tell the taxi driver to drop you off at Rothschild 9 and go from there. At some point you might end up on Ben Yehuda Street at an unnamed club. That is normal.

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If you’re looking for a chill bar from the outside and live music in the inside, check out Buxa.

a group of people sitting at a bar

TPOL’s TIPLocated at Rothschild Blvd 31

Jimmy Who

I would avoid Jimmy Who, a club with $14 vodka sodas and terrible hip-hop music. a sign with orange lights a group of people at a bar Kuli Alma

If you’re looking for the Senor Frogs or Sky Garden of Tel Aviv, go to Kuli Alma. It’s as grimy as it gets. There is a separate room for playing video games. a group of people standing in a line a group of people in a room a tv on the wall a disco ball in a room with people

TPOL’s TIPS: Located at Mikveh Israel St 10


At some point or at another point, you will end up Radio. That is how you know you made the right decision. a wall with graffiti on it Breakfast and Breakfast 

After a long night out, I have two recommendations for breakfast depending on the time. If the sun has come up, head to a bakery. Order everything. a group of tall buildings a street sign on a pole a street with cars and bicycles on the side a street with buildings and trees a rack of pastries with signs on it a tray of pastries a pile of pastries with powdered sugar a group of pastries on a tray a trays of bread on a rack a long pizza with cheese and vegetables on a table a bag of pastries on a table

If you called it quits early, say 5AM, then go to Benedict for the best breakfast. I ordered the breakfast burger crossaint one night and the breakfast Philly cheesesteak another time (along with a Stella and Bloody Mary).

a building with tables and chairs and plants on the side a croissant sandwich with pickles on top a glass with a drink and a drink in it a plate of food with a side of green onions and a plate of food

TPOL’s TIP: Located at 29 Rothschild


Looking for a party? Tel Aviv doesn’t disappoint. Looking for breakfast? Tel Aviv doesn’t disappoint.

TPOL’s Tip: If you enjoyed this guide, check out TPOL’s Guide to A Night in Shanghai



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