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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Food Scene
M25 is a restaurant of very few words. It's a direct place, without any mannerisms or decorations, what you see is what it is. Meat Excellence Restaurant. The menu hangs on the wall, and customers are invited to the window to choose the pieces they order. You see the freshness in your eyes. Here you will not be too confused about the brain, there are not too many options. Serve meat that has not undergone too many manipulations, along with dishes of street food. The meat is fresh, locally grown. Old-fashioned, patient.
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M25
30 Simtat HaCarmel
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M25 is a restaurant of very few words. It's a direct place, without any mannerisms or decorations, what you see is what it is. Meat Excellence Restaurant. The menu hangs on the wall, and customers are invited to the window to choose the pieces they order. You see the freshness in your eyes. Here you will not be too confused about the brain, there are not too many options. Serve meat that has not undergone too many manipulations, along with dishes of street food. The meat is fresh, locally grown. Old-fashioned, patient.
One of the hottest destinations in Tel Aviv, Sarona Market is a newly renovated commercial complex housing art galleries, fashionable boutiques, trendy coffee shops, restaurants, ​and bars. The site was originally the site of 33 Templar buildings, known as the German Templar Colony built over 140 years ago. The painstaking restoration of the run-down colony has quickly turned the area into the new central business district surrounded by beautiful landscape and vast entertainment. The Templars were German Christians who decided to settle in the holy land. They created quite a few peaceful neighborhoods across Israel and provided commerce and entertainment for the locals.
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Sarona Market
3 Aluf Kalman Magen St
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One of the hottest destinations in Tel Aviv, Sarona Market is a newly renovated commercial complex housing art galleries, fashionable boutiques, trendy coffee shops, restaurants, ​and bars. The site was originally the site of 33 Templar buildings, known as the German Templar Colony built over 140 years ago. The painstaking restoration of the run-down colony has quickly turned the area into the new central business district surrounded by beautiful landscape and vast entertainment. The Templars were German Christians who decided to settle in the holy land. They created quite a few peaceful neighborhoods across Israel and provided commerce and entertainment for the locals.
M25 is a restaurant of very few words. It's a direct place, without any mannerisms or decorations, what you see is what it is. Meat Excellence Restaurant. The menu hangs on the wall, and customers are invited to the window to choose the pieces they order. You see the freshness in your eyes. Here you will not be too confused about the brain, there are not too many options. Serve meat that has not undergone too many manipulations, along with dishes of street food. The meat is fresh, locally grown. Old-fashioned, patient.
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místní doporučují
M25
30 Simtat HaCarmel
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místní doporučují
M25 is a restaurant of very few words. It's a direct place, without any mannerisms or decorations, what you see is what it is. Meat Excellence Restaurant. The menu hangs on the wall, and customers are invited to the window to choose the pieces they order. You see the freshness in your eyes. Here you will not be too confused about the brain, there are not too many options. Serve meat that has not undergone too many manipulations, along with dishes of street food. The meat is fresh, locally grown. Old-fashioned, patient.
Drinks & Nightlife
This somewhat-hard-to-find restaurant is one of Tel Aviv’s well-known culinary secrets. Nestled away behind the Max Brenner Chocolate Bar Restaurant on Rothchild Blvd, away from the bustling foot traffic, is the delightful surprise that is Social Club Tel Aviv. This Tel Aviv restaurant dubs itself as a “modern bistro” that combines a slick speakeasy style interior and a beautiful outdoor patio to enjoy the warm Mediterranean climate.social club review tel aviv restaurant Like many restaurants in Tel Aviv, this one attracts a wide array of clientele from young couples looking to make an impression to more established pairings enjoying the evening with friends.
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Social Club
45 Rothschild Blvd
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This somewhat-hard-to-find restaurant is one of Tel Aviv’s well-known culinary secrets. Nestled away behind the Max Brenner Chocolate Bar Restaurant on Rothchild Blvd, away from the bustling foot traffic, is the delightful surprise that is Social Club Tel Aviv. This Tel Aviv restaurant dubs itself as a “modern bistro” that combines a slick speakeasy style interior and a beautiful outdoor patio to enjoy the warm Mediterranean climate.social club review tel aviv restaurant Like many restaurants in Tel Aviv, this one attracts a wide array of clientele from young couples looking to make an impression to more established pairings enjoying the evening with friends.
Parks & Nature
HaYarkon Park is set on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. Beautifully tranquil, HaYarkon Park (Ganei Yehoshua) is to Tel Aviv, what Central Park is to New York. HaYarkon Park is the green lung of Tel Aviv and straddles the Yarkon River in the north of the city. Aside from the sheer beauty and tranquility of the neatly groomed lawns abutting the calm river, the Park also has some interesting features. A large number​ of trails in the park make it popular with joggers and cyclists alike.
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Park Jarkon
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HaYarkon Park is set on the outskirts of Tel Aviv. Beautifully tranquil, HaYarkon Park (Ganei Yehoshua) is to Tel Aviv, what Central Park is to New York. HaYarkon Park is the green lung of Tel Aviv and straddles the Yarkon River in the north of the city. Aside from the sheer beauty and tranquility of the neatly groomed lawns abutting the calm river, the Park also has some interesting features. A large number​ of trails in the park make it popular with joggers and cyclists alike.
Arts & Culture
Beit Ha'ir, renovated by the city, was the old City Hall in Tel Aviv-Yafo on Bialik Street ​and is now a living display of the city's history. Beit Ha'ir has a new exhibition, which sums up the extensive collection of photos and stories featuring events, sites, and experiences of residents throughout the years, a project that was part of the centenary celebrations of the city. The main hall has a virtual display, including hundreds of documentary films and thousands of rare photos and documents that showcase major events in the early years of city life. At Beit Ha'ir you can also visit the Dizengoff House, the restored residence of Meir Dizengoff, first mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
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Museum of the History of Tel Aviv Jaffa
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Beit Ha'ir, renovated by the city, was the old City Hall in Tel Aviv-Yafo on Bialik Street ​and is now a living display of the city's history. Beit Ha'ir has a new exhibition, which sums up the extensive collection of photos and stories featuring events, sites, and experiences of residents throughout the years, a project that was part of the centenary celebrations of the city. The main hall has a virtual display, including hundreds of documentary films and thousands of rare photos and documents that showcase major events in the early years of city life. At Beit Ha'ir you can also visit the Dizengoff House, the restored residence of Meir Dizengoff, first mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
Shopping
A small but packed street of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. Great for finding affordable trends and more premium International brands: Adidas, Diesel, Billabong and Melissa. However the Israeli designer based boutiques are the best on Shenkin, some of the boutiques will stock big brands but the best finds are the shops that sell their own brand items or very small Israeli brands. The street is particularly good for individual jewelry designers or long alfresco lunches in the sun – a must do in Tel Aviv. Located opposite HaCarmel market and runs perpendicular to Rothschild Boulevard. NB: one-way traffic down the street. ​
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Sheinkin Street
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A small but packed street of cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. Great for finding affordable trends and more premium International brands: Adidas, Diesel, Billabong and Melissa. However the Israeli designer based boutiques are the best on Shenkin, some of the boutiques will stock big brands but the best finds are the shops that sell their own brand items or very small Israeli brands. The street is particularly good for individual jewelry designers or long alfresco lunches in the sun – a must do in Tel Aviv. Located opposite HaCarmel market and runs perpendicular to Rothschild Boulevard. NB: one-way traffic down the street. ​
Essentials
Allenby Street, named in honor of Field Marshal Viscount Allenby, the British commander who took the then Palestine from the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, is one of Tel Aviv’s longest streets. Allenby runs from the beaches on the west to the south east of the city. Like many of Tel Aviv’s older stress, some parts of the streets have seen better times, but it is still a place that holds attraction both for native ‘Tel Avivians’ and tourists. In fact, it’s Allenby’s age and ‘lived in look’ that, for many, give it its character. It’s a journey back in time to a Tel Aviv that once was but is rapidly disappearing.
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Allenby Street
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Allenby Street, named in honor of Field Marshal Viscount Allenby, the British commander who took the then Palestine from the Ottoman Empire during the First World War, is one of Tel Aviv’s longest streets. Allenby runs from the beaches on the west to the south east of the city. Like many of Tel Aviv’s older stress, some parts of the streets have seen better times, but it is still a place that holds attraction both for native ‘Tel Avivians’ and tourists. In fact, it’s Allenby’s age and ‘lived in look’ that, for many, give it its character. It’s a journey back in time to a Tel Aviv that once was but is rapidly disappearing.