Casual Connect is just around the corner and DAU-UP is extremely excited that our home city of Tel Aviv is hosting one of the brightest and the most interesting events in the gaming industry!
Given our insider knowledge of this great city, we have compiled for all our dear friends and partners, this guide with our recommendations for the best places to visit in Tel Aviv – all close to Habima; so you can fully enjoy the flavors and tastes of our city during your stay.
Milgo & Milbar is situated 2 min walk from the national theatre Habima.
This restaurant offers a modern, precise culinary experience,
bold wine list and beautiful jazz & soul music taken from the owners’ private playlist.
Milgo & Milbar’s menu is a fascinating combination of tastes, colors and textures, consisting of fish, fresh seafood and local organic produce.
Directions: Rothschild 142, Tel-Aviv. (972) 052 -909-8157
If you are after something out of the ordinary then we recommend trying Abraxas North. Israelis love their food and eating is always an adventure; however, at celebrity chef Eyal Shani’s restaurant, you’re definitely in for an entertaining dining experience. The menu changes daily depending on the freshest produce of the day. The menu is usually divided into ‘vegetable,’ ‘fish,’ and ‘meat,’ so there is sure to be something to satiate every appetite.
Directions: Lillienblum 40, Tel Aviv. Tel: (972) -054- 678- 6560
La Repubblica, an urban- Italian restaurant, offers an authentic Italian menu. Chefs Roni Belfer and Motti Sofer believe in local, seasonal and fresh food, and are always preserving the rich Italian culinary heritage. Alongside the displayed cheeses, cold cuts and famous anti-pasti; homemade pastas are served, fresh pizza is baked, and meat and fish receive the expert touch. For breakfast, a quick lunch, or a glorious dinner.
Directions: 3 Mazeh St., Tel Aviv. Tel: (972)-3-647 0247
Hotel Montefiore’s restaurant serves Vietnam-inspired brasserie cuisine in stylishly elegant surroundings. Unlike many hotel restaurants, the Montefiore’s is an attraction in and of itself: Trendy locals and well-to-do business types are among the worldly clientele who flock here to enjoy lavish breakfasts or flavorful main dishes – from tuna sashimi and refreshing spring rolls to seafood casserole or Tournedos Rossini. The restaurant also serves afternoon tea with scones, while the bar offers afternoon cocktails and really heats up at night when the sexy and “in” crowd come to see and be seen.
Directions: 36 Montefiore St, Tel Aviv. Tel: (972)-3-564-6100
Buxa is a bar not to be missed. The design of the place gives it a trendy and hipster vibe. Great DJs and crew provide patrons with some of the best music and service in Tel Aviv.
Directions: 31 Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv. Tel: (972)-058-511-1558
Rothschild 12 quickly became one of the most popular hangouts in town. The place offers something for everyone and for every moment of the day. Live shows at night have become one of the hallmarks of the place, offering people just starting out, as well as veterans, a stage and an audience.
Directions: 12 Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv. Tel: (972)-3-510-6430
Located at boutique hotel, Hotel Berdichevsky, Bellboy bar is one of the most talked about bars in Tel Aviv; offering Bellboy’s selection of designer cocktails. The cocktail menu offers unusual ingredients and a spectacular variety of flavors and handmade infusions. The food menu is also out of the ordinary. Created by international designer chef Ido, the menu promises an exceptional gastronomic experience. Visit Bellboy and enjoy its unforgettable atmosphere.
Directions: Berdichevsky St., 14 Tel Aviv. Tel: (972)-072-213-6226
If you’re staying for the weekend, here are the places we recommend visiting:
Tel Aviv Beaches
Tel Aviv-Jaffa boasts a long promenade, that runs alongside the seashore that makes up its western edge. People walk or jog, ride bikes, sit on benches and fill their lungs with fresh air, all while being surrounded by a glorious 8.7 mile stretch of open views, blue horizons, and white sails bobbing on the waves.
Dozens of restaurants, cafes, and ice cream parlors are busy all day long, while pubs, discos, and jazz clubs blossom after dark. Regardless of the hour, human attractions abound – clowns, caricaturists, tattoo artists, hair-braiders, magicians, and of course, the ever- changing parade of people strolling along the nearby beaches.
Right off the promenade you’ll find clean sand, lounge chairs, ice-cream vendors, and die-hard beach-lovers who swim daily, winter and summer.
Each beach enjoys unique characteristics and offers a variety of services, including lifeguard stations, kiosks, restaurants, children’s playgrounds, outdoors gyms, and more.
In the concrete jungle that is the big city, Sarona is a retreat in the center of Tel Aviv where you can enjoy a green botanical compound that restores the rural character of the Templer Colony. It offers visitors a quiet corner as well as thriving natural fruit trees, vegetables, flowers, and herbs. Here you can lie supine under a tree, hear birds singing, and empty your head from the annoyances of daily living.
In the evening and night Sarona attracts the city’s finest party-goers who come to enjoy the complex’s prestigious restaurants, nightclubs that are in close proximity, outdoor cinema, or listen to music or a concert.
Sarona embodies all the exciting options and quality that Tel Aviv has to offer in one location.
Directions: Ashkelon St, Tel Aviv.
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