Vegefied compiles a list of the top bars in Tel Aviv.
Updated: 02 July 2019
Considered one of the best in the world, the nightlife scene in Tel Aviv is alive and thriving. If you are looking to relax and have a few glasses of alcohol, there is a bar or club for every taste. There are chilled outdoor bars where you can go to get a beer and some great food and you can also venture to underground techno clubs where you can party until the wee hours of the morning.
Every day there are countless bars opening their doors to local, as well as international clientele, so the task of finding the best one can be a bit overwhelming. Fortunately for you, we made a list of the most exciting bars in Tel Aviv.
Located in heart of one of Tel Aviv’s most famous boulevards, Speakeasy features a wide selection of unique cocktails and small plates which will make your heart jump with delight. Boasting of a large terrace and amazing lounge, it is the perfect venue for one unforgettable night of fun and entertainment. This funky and stylish spot has a hip vibe and their fun, imaginative and booze-spoked popsicles must be tried by anyone who steps inside the bar.
Located in a two-story historic building, Aria is the perfect marriage between a lounge bar and a contemporary chef restaurant. They serve nothing but meticulously prepared dishes with an extensive cocktail menu created by one of the Middle East’s leading mixologists. Guests also get to enjoy a live DJ performance while snacking on appetizers and quenching their thirst. The upstairs section is a restaurant while the ground level is the lounge bar. No matter which section you go to, you will have an excellent time.
Popular because it offers panoramic views of Tel Aviv’s skyline and the sea, Haiku Skybar is located on the 18th floor of the new and gorgeous Lighthouse Hotel. The latest offering from the Brown Hotel group, Haiku joins the list of splendid Tel Aviv rooftop bars where guests can expect nothing but high quality alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, alongside a menu of Japanese style cuisine.
With a cool, artsy, and trendy setting, The Prince restaurant and bar is situated in an old building near the Camel Market. Although it is not the easiest to find, it is well worth the search. When you get there you will find a lovely rooftop terrace with plenty of seating, a large tent-like umbrella on one side and an open-air area on the other. The extensive and exciting menu of drinks includes tasty and innovative cocktails you won’t find elsewhere and a food menu which will surely satisfy your hunger. If you would like a more relaxing experience, you should come early as it gets easily full or reserve your space on the terrace in advance.
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