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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

May & Asaf
May & Asaf
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May & Asaf

Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Food Scene
Cafe Alma is recommended because of it's chilled atmosphere, amazing desserts and wonderful coffee.
Yehuda Hayamit St 19
19 Yehuda Hayamit St
Cafe Alma is recommended because of it's chilled atmosphere, amazing desserts and wonderful coffee.
We have always enjoyed the food at Caffè Yaffo, rich in vegetable and dairy dishes. Pizzas and fresh breads are made fresh in the Tabun oven. Menu items include breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, pasta, fish and several health foods. Its great to sit outside and watch people pass by.
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Caffe Yaffo | מסעדת קפה יפו
11 Olei Zion St
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We have always enjoyed the food at Caffè Yaffo, rich in vegetable and dairy dishes. Pizzas and fresh breads are made fresh in the Tabun oven. Menu items include breakfasts, salads, sandwiches, pasta, fish and several health foods. Its great to sit outside and watch people pass by.
Abulafia is a famous bakery and restaurant in the heart of Old Jaffa. It has a deserved reputation. It serves all the Middle Eastern food one could dream of and it is all top quality. The service is friendly if not necessarily quick. Somewhat pricey, but totally worth it.
Yefet St 7
7 Yefet St
Abulafia is a famous bakery and restaurant in the heart of Old Jaffa. It has a deserved reputation. It serves all the Middle Eastern food one could dream of and it is all top quality. The service is friendly if not necessarily quick. Somewhat pricey, but totally worth it.
Basma Coffee - An authentic cafe for Arabic coffee and culture in Jaffa. A very warm and welcoming owner as well. Back in 1914, when Jaffa’s port was crowded with merchants, there was a small house from which wafted a special aroma. There, a man would roast and blend coffee beans, while his admiring daughter sat at his side, proudly and attentively watching him at work. Just hop out of the apt, and you’re there.
Louis Pasteur St 5
5 Louis Pasteur St
Basma Coffee - An authentic cafe for Arabic coffee and culture in Jaffa. A very warm and welcoming owner as well. Back in 1914, when Jaffa’s port was crowded with merchants, there was a small house from which wafted a special aroma. There, a man would roast and blend coffee beans, while his admiring daughter sat at his side, proudly and attentively watching him at work. Just hop out of the apt, and you’re there.
This cafe is located on a small quaint street in the Shuk HaPishpushim. The quirky interior makes you feel as though you are sitting in someone’s home- with mismatched furniture, cosy carpets, and portraits along the walls. The cuisine is predominantly middle eastern, with a homemade taste to it. Breakfast is served all day (which always excites us!), and the lunch and dinner menu is varied to suit all tastes.
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Cafe Puaa
8 Rabbi Yohanan St
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This cafe is located on a small quaint street in the Shuk HaPishpushim. The quirky interior makes you feel as though you are sitting in someone’s home- with mismatched furniture, cosy carpets, and portraits along the walls. The cuisine is predominantly middle eastern, with a homemade taste to it. Breakfast is served all day (which always excites us!), and the lunch and dinner menu is varied to suit all tastes.
The favorite of many Tel Aviv locals, Abu Hassan is renowned throughout Israel and people are known to come from far and wide for a plate of the holy stuff. Be prepared to wait in line as this place is very popular, or just try to avoid peak hours.
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Hummus Abu Hassan
1 Ha-Dolfin St
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The favorite of many Tel Aviv locals, Abu Hassan is renowned throughout Israel and people are known to come from far and wide for a plate of the holy stuff. Be prepared to wait in line as this place is very popular, or just try to avoid peak hours.
Steps away from bobbing fishing boats, diners feast on a mostly fish and seafood menu on high tables made from wooden crates. The menu varies, but red snapper with horseradish and Jerusalem artichokes with truffles are among its delights. Local art graces the walls, and live music reverberates throughout the week. Take the chance for a relaxed walk on the walls and alleys of special Jaffa. Warehouse 2, Jaffa Port
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Steps away from bobbing fishing boats, diners feast on a mostly fish and seafood menu on high tables made from wooden crates. The menu varies, but red snapper with horseradish and Jerusalem artichokes with truffles are among its delights. Local art graces the walls, and live music reverberates throughout the week. Take the chance for a relaxed walk on the walls and alleys of special Jaffa. Warehouse 2, Jaffa Port
Chef Eyal Shani’s famous Pita bar, where every dish is served in a fresh Pita. Yummy!!
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מזנון Miznon
30 King George St
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Chef Eyal Shani’s famous Pita bar, where every dish is served in a fresh Pita. Yummy!!
North Abraxas - The same from the pita place Miznon has a more upscale restaurant, where he serves more of his simple and delicious food with local flavors and ingredients. The restaurant is located in an area with lots of bars and other places to eat, and you can have a pleasant walk there through Nachalat Binyamin Street. Be sure to order a table ahead of time as this is a very popular location.
Lilienblum St 40
40 Lilienblum St
North Abraxas - The same from the pita place Miznon has a more upscale restaurant, where he serves more of his simple and delicious food with local flavors and ingredients. The restaurant is located in an area with lots of bars and other places to eat, and you can have a pleasant walk there through Nachalat Binyamin Street. Be sure to order a table ahead of time as this is a very popular location.
The Old Man and the Sea in Jaffa offers a wonderful family style fish restaurant. Situated close the sea itself, it is an ideal spot to enjoy a filling meal with friends and family and grants you the opportunity to walk off the nights feast with a picturesque view of the Mediterranean.
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The Old Man and the Sea - הזקן והים
85 Kedem St
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The Old Man and the Sea in Jaffa offers a wonderful family style fish restaurant. Situated close the sea itself, it is an ideal spot to enjoy a filling meal with friends and family and grants you the opportunity to walk off the nights feast with a picturesque view of the Mediterranean.
Fridays noon are perfect for visit in Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood. Kerem HaTeimanim is one of Tel Aviv's last authentic treasures, a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia and authenticity. While walking through the small streets you can stop for a "Hummus" or just have a beer and enjoy the special atmosphere. For getting there take the num 66/172/72/61 buses. Bus stations are located in the other side of the road.
Kerem HaTeimanim Street
Fridays noon are perfect for visit in Kerem HaTeimanim neighborhood. Kerem HaTeimanim is one of Tel Aviv's last authentic treasures, a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia and authenticity. While walking through the small streets you can stop for a "Hummus" or just have a beer and enjoy the special atmosphere. For getting there take the num 66/172/72/61 buses. Bus stations are located in the other side of the road.
Drinks & Nightlife
Another one of Chef Eyal Shani’s successes, this outdoor bar serves small delicious plates along with your alcohol. It’s usually pretty busy, but if you can’t find a table you can try any of the other places around the synagogue, they’re all good!
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Port Sa'id
5 Har Sinai St
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Another one of Chef Eyal Shani’s successes, this outdoor bar serves small delicious plates along with your alcohol. It’s usually pretty busy, but if you can’t find a table you can try any of the other places around the synagogue, they’re all good!
Our favorite place to spend the evening with a drink. Great atmosphere, very friendly staff, and last but not least - Happy Hour until 22:30!
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Salon Berlin
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Our favorite place to spend the evening with a drink. Great atmosphere, very friendly staff, and last but not least - Happy Hour until 22:30!
Minzar bar is located steps from Salon Berlin, this 20-something year old neighborhood bar is one of Tel Aviv’s greatest institutions. Open 24 hours a day, it also serves delicious rustic food and is a great place for dinner along with your alcohol.
Allenby St 60
60 Allenby St
Minzar bar is located steps from Salon Berlin, this 20-something year old neighborhood bar is one of Tel Aviv’s greatest institutions. Open 24 hours a day, it also serves delicious rustic food and is a great place for dinner along with your alcohol.
Essentials
The nearest is Shufersal, a few steps away from the apt. (שופרסל)
Dror St 2
2 Dror St
The nearest is Shufersal, a few steps away from the apt. (שופרסל)
Sightseeing
A short walk south along the coast from downtown Tel Aviv brings you to the old Arab port town of Jaffa with its preserved acropolis remains and well-restored stone architecture. Much of the original bazaar area is now home to restaurants and artisan boutiques. It's particularly lively in the evening when the old town throngs with diners. The flea market here is the major attraction for visitors, full of the hubbub of a genuine souk, while St. Peter's Monastery and the Old Port area itself are also not to be missed. Compared to the big-city hustle of Tel Aviv, Jaffa is a wonderfully tranquil place for a stroll that, despite serious gentrification, still retains its old-fashioned charm.
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Jaffa
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A short walk south along the coast from downtown Tel Aviv brings you to the old Arab port town of Jaffa with its preserved acropolis remains and well-restored stone architecture. Much of the original bazaar area is now home to restaurants and artisan boutiques. It's particularly lively in the evening when the old town throngs with diners. The flea market here is the major attraction for visitors, full of the hubbub of a genuine souk, while St. Peter's Monastery and the Old Port area itself are also not to be missed. Compared to the big-city hustle of Tel Aviv, Jaffa is a wonderfully tranquil place for a stroll that, despite serious gentrification, still retains its old-fashioned charm.
One of the city’s main entertainment hubs with trendy shops, bars, nightclubs, cafés and a bustling farmers’ market. Thousands of residents and tourists walk along the uniquely designed wooden deck promenade to take in the salty sea breeze, gorgeous sunsets and to feel the vibe of Tel Aviv. There’s a huge sand pit for kids to play in. Weekends are busiest, with buskers and balloon artists keeping the crowds entertained. The port also hosts numerous outdoor festivals throughout the year.
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نمال تل أبيب 1
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One of the city’s main entertainment hubs with trendy shops, bars, nightclubs, cafés and a bustling farmers’ market. Thousands of residents and tourists walk along the uniquely designed wooden deck promenade to take in the salty sea breeze, gorgeous sunsets and to feel the vibe of Tel Aviv. There’s a huge sand pit for kids to play in. Weekends are busiest, with buskers and balloon artists keeping the crowds entertained. The port also hosts numerous outdoor festivals throughout the year.
Neve Tzedek is one of Tel Aviv’s most beautiful neighborhoods – and historically, was the first neighborhood built outside of Jaffa. It’s perfect for a romantic stroll along the small streets and alleyways and past the beautifully restored buildings.
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Neve Tzedek
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Neve Tzedek is one of Tel Aviv’s most beautiful neighborhoods – and historically, was the first neighborhood built outside of Jaffa. It’s perfect for a romantic stroll along the small streets and alleyways and past the beautifully restored buildings.
The Nachalat Binyamin market is one of Israel’s biggest arts and crafts markets and a superb place to browse for original Tel Aviv souvenirs (think ceramics, toys, paintings, framed photos and Judaical pieces); all handmade and sold by their artist creators!
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Nahalat Binyamin Street
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The Nachalat Binyamin market is one of Israel’s biggest arts and crafts markets and a superb place to browse for original Tel Aviv souvenirs (think ceramics, toys, paintings, framed photos and Judaical pieces); all handmade and sold by their artist creators!
Shopping
Sarona was a German Templer colony established in Ottoman Palestine in 1871. It was one of the earliest modern villages established by Europeans in Ottoman Palestine. Now it is a renovated complex in the heart of Tel Aviv, which contains a nice (very touristic) market. I would recommend of a great brunch at "Claro" and great wine at the "Tasting Room".
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Sarona Market
3 Aluf Kalman Magen St
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Sarona was a German Templer colony established in Ottoman Palestine in 1871. It was one of the earliest modern villages established by Europeans in Ottoman Palestine. Now it is a renovated complex in the heart of Tel Aviv, which contains a nice (very touristic) market. I would recommend of a great brunch at "Claro" and great wine at the "Tasting Room".
The Levinsky Market is a gourmand’s paradise with its range of flavors, spices, nuts, dried fruits and fusion cuisines. For every scent and spice in the shuk there’s a story of roots, struggle and nationality that deepens its impact. What unifies all these variables is a love for food. From growing it to preparing it, and cooking it to savoring it, the Levinsky Market is filled with legends of migrating recipes and kitchens.
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Levinsky Market
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The Levinsky Market is a gourmand’s paradise with its range of flavors, spices, nuts, dried fruits and fusion cuisines. For every scent and spice in the shuk there’s a story of roots, struggle and nationality that deepens its impact. What unifies all these variables is a love for food. From growing it to preparing it, and cooking it to savoring it, the Levinsky Market is filled with legends of migrating recipes and kitchens.
Arts & Culture
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is home to one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Israeli art in the world. Here you can find the work of many Israeli artists who have made it big internationally, as well as the works of masters such as Van Gogh, Monet, Chagall, and Modigliani. With activities for the kids too, you could easily spend all day here!
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Telavivské muzeum umění
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The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is home to one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Israeli art in the world. Here you can find the work of many Israeli artists who have made it big internationally, as well as the works of masters such as Van Gogh, Monet, Chagall, and Modigliani. With activities for the kids too, you could easily spend all day here!
Parks & Nature
Tel Aviv is defined by its coastal position. The beaches attract tourists and locals alike. On weekends Tel Aviv's strips of sand are crowded with sun-worshippers, posers, partiers, and people just chilling out. Charles Clore beach is 16 min walking distance or bus number 37 (from Yehuda Margoza/Yefet streets corner). this beach has a wide sandy line, facilities and cafes around.
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Charles Clore Beach
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Tel Aviv is defined by its coastal position. The beaches attract tourists and locals alike. On weekends Tel Aviv's strips of sand are crowded with sun-worshippers, posers, partiers, and people just chilling out. Charles Clore beach is 16 min walking distance or bus number 37 (from Yehuda Margoza/Yefet streets corner). this beach has a wide sandy line, facilities and cafes around.