Vertigo Eco Art Village is a center for art and ecology located between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in Israel's rural Ellah Valley. At its heart is the Vertigo Dance Company, which founded the Village in order to foster artistic creation engaged with the environment. The Village is a practical learning center aiming to generate social change and to promote an alternative model of sustainable living through comprehensive art and environment educational programs for the public. The contemporary dance company rehearses and performs at the center in addition to including a dance School and workshops for beginners, professional dancers and every community, including the disabled, out of the belief that the dance language of Vertigo is unique yet universal and challenges the limits of the bodyart & culture ,family friendly,fitness & wellness,nature,social impact
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Studio Vayehi is a product design studio run by the designers Tzuri Gottlieb and Katharina Brand. "We both share a love of nature in its simplicity and in its fascination." says the design duo. The studio tells a personal tale that emphasizes the human dimension in the production process. It specializes in the design and production of masterfully hand-crafted light objects made of wood veneer (thin slices of fine wood).art & culture ,tel aviv,center
The Uri Buri restaurant is, quite simply, an Acre institution. Housed among the walls of a 400-year-old Ottoman house on the shores of ancient Acre, this is one of the most beautiful places in the country. For over 21 years, Uri Buri has served the best fish and seafood the sea has to offer, and it is not by chance that its reputation has spread far and wide as one of the best fish restaurants in the country. It is now a "must visit" spot among restaurants in the North. In addition to the marvelous dishes, you can also find a selection of praiseworthy Israeli wines, impressive service, and an idyllic atmosphere.food & alcohol,north,eat & drink
Urban Shaman is rooted in a holistic lifestyle that reaches far beyond nutrition. It’s a place of healing, a way of being, an invitation for each to find his own inner Shaman. A sanctuary for those who lead a modern urban lifestyle but also seek out wellness, beauty, and longevity. The place has holistic detox programs and seasonal cleanses for anyone wishing to revitalize their health. Everything on offer is inspired by the exquisitely pure flavors and medicinal properties of raw vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs, roots, nuts, and seaweeds. The recipes are masterly crafted for optimized digestion and assimilation.fitness & wellness,food & alcohol,tel aviv,eat & drink,tours & workshops
Turkiz Restaurant exists since 1991, is located in the project Sea & Sun in north Tel Aviv, right next to the sea. The Diners enjoy a spectacular view of the sea that characterizes the experience of Mediterranean restaurants. Their main pride is the high level of the raw materials, the outstanding freshness and supreme quality. The kitchen occupiers, smoking fish and meat, baking the loaves of bread and producing ice cream and desserts served there. Aside from the permanent menu, you could find a rich diversity of special courses that changes every day and suit each taste.food & alcohol,tel aviv,eat & drink
The Tower of David Museum of the History of Jerusalem is located in the medieval citadel known as the Tower of David, near the Jaffa Gate, the historic entrance to the Old City.
The Museum presents Jerusalem’s story. It details the major events in its history beginning with the first evidence of a city in Jerusalem in the second millennium BCE until the city became the capital of the State of Israel. The Tower of David has also become the platform for contemporary expression in the city of Jerusalem. It stages temporary exhibitions that integrate the unique location and majesty of the ancient Citadel and its history with a contemporary presentation of artistic and historical issues. The museum also hosts lectures and special events in music, dance, and drama as well as dozens of educational activities and programs.
The Vera Hotel is a 39-room boutique property offering guests a locavore Tel Aviv hospitality experience with artisanal amenities by local purveyors, plush rooms, a buzzing bar, spa, rooftop sundeck, hyper-local concierge and personalized service for business, solo and leisure-lifestyle focused travelers arriving in the nonstop city on the Mediterranean. The hotel was built on the foundation of one of Tel Aviv’s most heralded streets — an artery between the boutique shops and galleries in Neve Tzedek, the original neighborhood of Tel Aviv — through the bustling Allenby Street, a cultural and commercial hotspot.family friendly,tel aviv,accommodations
The Tisch Family Zoological Gardens, also known as the Biblical Zoo, opened in Jerusalem’s Malha neighborhood in 1993, having been located in various locations in Jerusalem since 1941. Stretching across almost 100 acres, the Zoo is ranked year after year as one of the top tourist sites in Israel, attracting over 750,000 visitors annually. The Zoo’s scenic location in the Judean hills with its varied animal exhibits draws people from all threads of Jerusalem’s vibrant social fabric – Jewish, Christian and Muslim; secular and religious: young and old; and tourists and locals. Thus the Zoo has become a bridge between communities. It is one of the few sites in Israel where everyone comes together and feels welcome.art & culture ,family friendly,nature,jerusalem,tours & workshops
A Cooking studio at the heart of Mahane Yehuda Market, Owned by Tali Friedman. Friedman is a graduate of "Hadassah” College in Jerusalem “Lenôtre” cheffing school in Paris with over 17 years of culinary experience that wanted to create a space that would contain her great love of food, combining homeliness and simplicity, with the elegance of hospitality. Before visitors enter its hidden door, they stroll through the market, taste its best produce, hear about the market’s vendors and feel that market type of love; rich with cultures, flavors, and stories.family friendly,food & alcohol,jerusalem,eat & drink,tours & workshops
The Israel Museum is the largest cultural institution in the State of Israel and is ranked among the world’s leading art and archaeology museums. Founded in 1965, the Museum houses encyclopedic collections, including works dating from prehistory to the present day, in its Archaeology, Fine Arts, and Jewish Art and Life Wings, and features the most extensive holdings of biblical and Holy Land archaeology in the world. In nearly seventy years, thanks to a legacy of gifts and generous support from its circle of patrons worldwide, the Museum has built a far-ranging collection of nearly 500,000 objects, representing the full scope of world material culture.
In addition to the extensive programming offered on its main campus, the Israel Museum also operates two off-site locations: the Rockefeller Archaeological Museum, an architectural gem built in 1938 for the display of archaeology from ancient Israel; and Ticho House, which offers an ongoing program of exhibitions by younger Israeli artists in a historic house and garden setting.
The Israeli Children's Museum is an educational-cultural institution providing unique learning experiences which are one of a kind in Israel. Since its opening in 2001, more than two million visitors of all ages have visited the museum. The museum offers visitors a variety of activities which share the common feature of adventures that incorporate emotional intelligence, education for tolerance and acceptance of the other. The Israeli Children's Museum is about creating tolerance and dialogue among all of Israel's children. The use of adventures and exhibitions which are an experience rather than a static space is what makes the difference for all visitors, not just those under 12.art & culture ,family friendly,center,tours & workshops,venues
This restaurant is designed to look and feel like a kibbutz dining hall. Long communal wooden tables stretch across the main room, laid with paper table mats, pitchers of water, and cutlery served in tins. The kibbutz theme continues by serving interpretations of typical Israeli dishes such as chopped liver, kube, and kebab. The starters are small and great for sharing! Its location next to the Tel Aviv Museum, Cameri Theater, and Opera makes it perfect for a bite to eat before or after your visit. Overall, this is a unique experience and definitely a good spot to bring someone who's visiting Israel.family friendly,food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
The Center for Contemporary Art is Israel’s foremost institution for the commissioning and presentation of experimental contemporary art, and as such is a vibrant place of inspiration, provocation, and reflection. Situated in the heart of Tel Aviv, the CCA is a registered nonprofit organization that produces four to six unique large-scale exhibitions annually, often focusing on time-based or site-specific practices by outstanding local and international artists. Along with exhibitions, the CCA organizes a wide variety of public programming, including panels, screenings, artist talks, and performances that challenge perceived notions and stimulate debate, experimentation, and engagement.
The CCA is housed in a municipal building that contains two exhibition spaces and an auditorium in its approximately 300 square meter facilities. These spaces often come to life through solo exhibitions and have housed the work of major international artists who have not shown in Israel before, including Marina Abramovic, Sharon Lockhart, Gary Hill, Rosa Barba, and Christian Jankowski. Many important Israeli artists have had their first institutional solo exhibitions at the CCA, including Yael Bartana, Guy Ben Ner, Roee Rosen, Nir Evron, Michal Helfman, and Nira Pereg.
An English-style pub with an authentic British feel and a mouth-watering beer menu. Located in downtown Jerusalem, The Barrel & The Tap's style matches the easy-going, low-key pubs down any alleyway or High Street in Great Britain. The beers are signature UK too, from regular, to black, to bitter. Pucker those lips and settle into a chilled atmosphere that attracts an even more chilled crowd] making this a perfect spot for meeting new people and making long-lasting friends.food & alcohol,nightlife,jerusalem,eat & drink
Thai at Har Sinai is the first restaurant by brothers Tzvi and Niv Gross, descendants of a family of restaurateurs who introduced the Israeli audience to Asian cuisine. The brothers, who grew up on authentic, spicy and rich Asian food, decided to recreate the success with a partnership with Nella Potak and chose a particularly central location: the inner court of the Great Synagogue on Allenby Street, the heart of Tel Aviv's bustling nightlife and culinary scene.
Their combination of a DJ, open seating area and a bright cool design has turned the Thai at Har Sinai into one of the city's favorite institutions. The restaurant serves dishes from all regions of Thailand and invites guests to get to know the authentic flavors of their homeland. And yes, it's as hot and spicy as it sounds.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a municipal museum, one of Israel's leading artistic and cultural institutions. The museum comprises various departments: The Department of Israeli Art, which holds a comprehensive collection of local art from the beginning of the 20th century to the present; the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, which encompasses international works from the mid-19th century to the present; the Department of Prints and Drawings; the Department of Photography; the Department of Architecture and Design; and the Old Masters Department, with art from the 16th to the 19th century. In addition to its extensive program of permanent and changing exhibitions, the museum offers a vibrant selection of programs and activities for adults, youth and children: concerts, classes, lectures, guided tours, workshops, and more.art & culture ,family friendly,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops,venues
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology is Israel's biggest scientific-technological university and one of the largest centers of applied research in the world. Here the future is being shaped - by over 13,000 of Israel's most dynamic students active in 18 faculties and some 50 research centers. Technion is one of Israel's best institutions for world-class education, bringing Israel its first Nobel Prizes in science. Since the cornerstone laying ceremony in 1912, Technion's over 95,000 alumni have built the state of Israel and created and lead the majority of Israel's successful companies, impacting millions of scientists, students, entrepreneurs, and citizens worldwide.tech, science & health,north,tours & workshops,venues
Set apart in a delightful neighborhood, away from the frantic tourist-heavy scenes, Talbiye is complimented by its equally far-from-touristy array of interesting visitors. Designed to apply the perfect seasoning to your evening, the food is creative and the prices are fair. While only two types of draft beer are on the menu, the wine list is far from boring. Delicious bread, oil, and balsamic vinegar will accompany your food and while the portions may be small, the quality of this food is almost unparalleled.food & alcohol,jerusalem,eat & drink
The Center for Israeli Innovation by Taglit in partnership with the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is a cutting-edge visitor’s center presenting the Israeli Start-Up Nation. The experience in the center includes a tour of our interactive exhibition, an introduction to the Israeli Start-Up ecosystem or an intimate session with an Israeli entrepreneur presenting their personal story. The center maintains a vibrant entrepreneurial community of volunteers from the start-up ecosystem who speak and share their stories with Birthright participants and before top quality audiences who come to explore the Israeli ecosystem.
KAHN Is Studiokahn's new brand, born in 2019 as a platform for designer-artists Mey and Boaz Kahn's creations. For ten years Studio Kahn is creating relevant art pieces for the houses of today, characterized by iconic, colorful and minimalistic visual language. The new gallery is located in Ramot Hashavim village in Israel, and it is open to the public on Sunday-Friday. In the atelier at the back, all the works are produced one by one, by hand casting into plaster molds.
Steinhardt Natural History Museum presents Israel’s national treasures of nature, selected from a scientific collection of five and a half million items. In its exhibitions, you will see thousands of items gathered through the years, in rare exhibits and displays that tell the story of the natural world around us.
The museum's mission is to inspire acquisition of knowledge, to promote understanding, and to reinforce our bonds with nature and our place within it – for the benefit of future generations. It reveals scientific knowledge from research taking place within the museum itself and unique perspectives in an experiential, multi-sensory and enjoyable way, creating a special closeness and interaction with nature that cannot be experienced anywhere else.
Since its foundation in 1999, Sommer Contemporary Art has been committed to promoting Israeli artists in the international scene, as well as representing and exhibiting leading international artists. Distinguished by the deep relationships it develops with artists, Sommer Contemporary Art is maintaining a vital and ongoing dialogue with museums and publishing houses in creating meaningful exhibitions and publications.
In 2016 Sommer Contemporary Art opened a pop-up space in Zurich. This allows the gallery to promote its artists in and outside Europe while developing relationships with local institutions, curators and artists. The gallery continues to bring artistic exchange and experimentation to the forefront. Local and international curators are regularly invited to its Tel Aviv compounds to present projects specially curated for S2 project room, and to take part in research trips, exposing the gallery’s Israeli artists to international crowds.
Experience the true essence of Tel Aviv in the center of the city. Nestled among Tel Aviv’s historic buildings and buzzing neighborhoods, the hotel is just steps away from the city’s most sought-after attractions: the bustling Carmel Market, scenic Rothschild Boulevard, bright Mediterranean beaches, and more. Saul’s industrial yet homey design concept combines classic and contemporary motifs - a nod to Tel Aviv’s incomparably eclectic vibe. At Saul, as in Tel Aviv, East meets West, old meets new, and hospitality is always from the heart.family friendly,tel aviv,center,accommodations
Tel Aviv-based award-winning designer, Sarit Shani Hay is a pioneer in the field of children's environments. As a multi-disciplinary designer, she combines art and design to create whimsical objects and dynamic spaces. After spending several years abroad (New York, London, and Africa) and receiving a post-graduate diploma with distinctions from London’s Chelsea College of Art & Design, she returned to Israel in 1995 and launched her eponymous design studio. Since then, it has become Israel’s leading interior and furniture design studio, offering comprehensive interior design, along with custom furniture and accessories.
Shani Hay's works have been published in many Israeli and international media outlets and have won awards in international competitions such as the 2018 'European Product Design Awards' and the 2013 & 2018 'A Design Award'.
SAGA is a gallery store Located adjacent to the Flea Market in Jaffa that displays Israeli design at it's best. The owners believe in products that have a background, value-added and story, products that to some extent convey the changing Israeli and global mindset. The gallery features about 100 designers from various fields such as product design, ceramic and glass design, architects, carpenters, and multidisciplinary artists. It is part of a group that promotes a young and innovative Israeli design and includes:
Asufa - Israeli design shop
5070 - Digital Gallery for Israeli Illustration
SAGA CAFE - A Cafe that is located right next door
The first store of 'Soap of the Past' opened in the mid-1990s, on Sheinkin Street in the heart of Tel Aviv. Since then, it has grown into an international chain of 130 stores around the world: USA, Japan, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Romania and Israel, all of which are proud of Israeli craft and creativity everywhere. Sabon specializes in body and soul care products, using quality ingredients, preserving the environment and paying attention to every detail. Sabon believes in creativity, love, professionalism and perseverance.
A Luxurious and unique boutique hotel at the heart of Tel Aviv’s bustling Rothschild Boulevard. This hotel has been meticulously designed by Ari Shaltiel – among Israel’s leading designers – and seamlessly integrates a modern and elegant style with a pastoral boulevard. A stone’s throw away, you will find gourmet restaurants with the finest chefs, museums, galleries, cafes and much more.
A hip restaurant-bar-lounge, the brainchild of Teder crew and Eyal Shani, boasting an amazing, custom-made analog sound system, and an always busy open kitchen. Serves fresh, local meat, fish and vegetables, alongside homemade cocktails, cool beer and some of the city's best selectors spinning vinyl every night.
Founded in 2002 by Naama Steinbock (1975) and Idan Friedman (1975) Reddish is a product design studio based in Jaffa, Israel. They operate in a territory in which designers work as researchers and creators, and function as cultural agents that mediates between people and objects. They offer new concepts and product planning for clients, as well as initiating design projects and curating exhibitions.
Naama and Idan graduated with distinction from H.I.T (Holon Academic Institute of Technology, Israel) where Naama is a senior lecturer at the Industrial design department. Together they hold workshops and lectures both in Israel and abroad.
In the heart of Jaffa's flea market lies "Puaa", a beloved, veteran and unique cafe restaurant. Established in 1999, Puaa is now celebrating its 20th anniversary, a rare phenomenon in Tel-Aviv! The place is named after owner Puaa Ladijensky, who has created a charming and magical spot in an original location, where you can catch your breath and take a break from Tel-Aviv's Hectic pace. The menu at Puaa is anything but pretentious; it is homely, nourishing, healthy and wholesome, consisting of delicious unique dishes. The place is full of ornaments, antiques, pieces of nostalgia and a whole lot of authenticity: the tableware, the pictures on the walls, the furniture, the amazing boxes, and even special clothing, all this and much more can be purchased at Puaa.
For more than two decades, Daniella has led the designer accessories market. She created a new design language that is original, loved and has a distinct Israeli signature with all products manufactured in Israel and meticulously hand-made by artisans. At 2013 Holon Fashion Week, she won Accessories Designer of the Year. On December 6, 2013 Daniella passed away. Now the unique Daniella Lehavi team, including her son Ori, the company’s CEO and creative director, the design team who worked with her and all company personnel work continuously to realize Daniella’s last wish. She asked to continue her life’s work, just as she had dreamed it, to carry on with optimism, maintain the fashion house she created with her own hands, and continue to bring joy and beauty to the lives of the brand’s customers.Today, they have more than 60 employees, over 14 stores and are sold in more than 100 points-of-sale worldwide. The Daniella Lehavi brand continues in its unique way while maintaining its original DNA and values that led it to success, ensuring production quality and the determination to continue Daniella’s dream come true: to create in Israel, local design in high quality that is new and exciting.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Visiting the Dead sea is an unforgettable experience. Discover breathtaking natural landscapes in the lowest place on earth. Immerse yourself in it's ancient history while you float on the salty water. The minerals, salts and mud of the Dead Sea are famous for their healing and anti-aging effects on the skin, recommended for use by dermatologists and beauticians alike. It seems everyone wants a piece of the Dead Sea.family friendly,fitness & wellness,nature,south,tours & workshops
Design Museum Holon opened in March 2010 and has quickly established itself as one of the world's leading museums of design and contemporary culture. Housed in an iconic building by the internationally acclaimed architect, Ron Arad, Design Museum Holon is a vital and dynamic resource for designers, students, creative industries and the general public. Each year the Museum presents an exciting and varied program of exhibitions and events each dedicated to helping visitors gain a deeper understanding of design and the role it plays in our lives. The establishment of Design Museum Holon is a high point in the ongoing process of transforming the city of Holon into an epicenter of culture and education.art & culture ,family friendly,center,tours & workshops,venues
Dodo Bar Or launched her brand in September 2014 at the Silencio club in Paris. In all Dodo Bar Or collections, the ethnic element is very strong which is inspired by the Middle East, the architecture, interior design, the graphic ornamental shapes, the strong colors that clash and can be found in heritage tiles and the surprising color combinations, that bounce of each other and create a innovative color palette. Dodo Bar Or is a lifestyle brand that can go from day to night and can be combined with a denim jacket and a white T-shirt for a relaxed look or heels for night. It's versatile, fun and can be taken through all seasons.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Dorin Frankfurt is a leading fashion designer who works in the heart of Tel Aviv. She says that "The unique experience of life in Israel - the factory’s joie de vivre, the energetic nightlife and the close-knit group of family and friends - are my source of inspiration. While living in a young country, I feel lucky to work everyday alongside the factory’s faithful staff, people from all ethnicity and religions who have been an inseparable part of my life for more than three decades." She is the only Israeli designer who not only designs her clothes, but also owns her manufacturing factory. The fashion house is proud to create clothing designed and manufactured in Tel Aviv, made locally by people who live in surrounding neighborhoods.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Dr. Dabour Laboratories was founded on principles of creating and providing the most amazing, healthy, nourishing, and chemical-free skin care products. They are committed to using natural and Galilee-grown ingredients whenever possible to preserve the environment and leave as little of a footprint on the planet.fitness & wellness,north,tours & workshops
Nestled in the picturesque narrow lanes of Akko, the Efendi Boutique Hotel overlooks the historic city walls and the magnificent Mediterranean Sea beyond. The unique structure of this boutique hotel combines two ancient houses that have hundreds of years of history stored within their walls. These houses were meticulously reconstructed and merged into one building before being converted into a boutique hotel. The Efendi boutique hotel is the fulfillment of a dream long held by Uri Jeremias, chef and proprietor of the famed Uri Buri restaurant. Complex preservation and restoration work over a period of eight years gave birth to a gorgeous, breathtaking pearl that was truly a labor of love. Thought was invested in each and every detail of the preservation work, which was performed under the supervision of the Antiquities Authority. Artisans were specially flown in from Italy in order to undertake this delicate work, as well as the restoration of the beautiful ceilings. Also preserved was a fresco of the city of Istanbul, which was found at the site. The fresco had been created in 1878 in honor of the new Orient Express train station.food & alcohol,north,accommodations,eat & drink
The Ein Gedi Hotel is located in the land of Genesis - between the Dead Sea, flowing rivers and green gardens. Guests enjoy natural springs, a modern spa, a beautiful swimming pool, tours throughout the year, and wild, exotic nature. The hotel offers accommodation and activities for all visitors, from standard rooms to luxury ones, so that each guest can plan his or her desired vacation. All guests are ensured of an unforgettable experience meeting the wild animals that roam between the rooms, strolling through the luxuriant botanical garden that encompasses the paths of the compound, and much more.family friendly,nature,south,accommodations
El Galil, is located on a hill in Amirim overlooking the Galilee landscape. The restaurant was opened by Elian Ashkar, a resident of the village of Rama. El Galil is a vegetarian restaurant. The place is small and intimate with nine tables in total, which can accommodate up to 20 people. The menu features seasonal-Galilean dishes, handmade by Elian that include: stuffed vine leaves, cabbage rolls, stuffed peppers, makluba with lots of vegetables and rice with a typical Galilean seasoning, root vegetable soup, chicory salad, wild fennel salad and more.food & alcohol,north,eat & drink
Situated on the vivacious street of Nahalat Benyamin, Fabric acts as the “neighborhood saloon” that combines the cosmopolitan and urban culture of modern Tel Aviv. Just a short walk away from some of the city's main attractions, including the famous Carmel Market, popular Rothschild Blvd, and fashionable Neve Tzedek, you'll find yourself at the center of all the action. The 43-room hotel, with its rough, industrial design and furniture and its warm and colorful art, Fabric offers the ultimate scene for tourists and travelers alike. On the ground floor lies Bushwick, the “all day bar- from coffee till cocktail” named after the trendy neighborhood of New York. Teaming up for the first time, Atlas Hotels and the Imperial Cocktail Bar group have combined Brooklyn’s influences with Tel Aviv’s vibes and flavors - from the artisanal café vibe in the morning to a lively cocktail bar at night.food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,center,accommodations,eat & drink
Farma Cultura is an organic grocery store and farm where they serve farm to table meals. On the organic farm, they grow dozens of varieties of seasonal vegetables and turn some of them into their signature green smoothies At the farm gate there is an organic farm shop with all their produce and complementary products from Beit Tov.family friendly,food & alcohol,nature,north,eat & drink,tours & workshops,venues
Part of the Abraham Hostel group, The Fauzi Azar Inn is a 200-year-old Arab mansion turned guesthouse in the heart of Nazareth, offering both dormitory beds and private rooms in a unique old-world atmosphere. Chosen by Lonely Planet as #7 hostel in the world for 2014 and described by the Lonely Planet Travel Guide “one of the highlights of a stay in the Galilee” and “a great base for touring major sites of the Galilee.” The Fauzi Azar’s style is intimate and relaxed, with a warm atmosphere where guests and staff can meet, share travel stories and tips, and make new and lasting friendships.north,accommodations,venues
The story of FLAM winery is a family story. A family that lives, breathes and has produced wine for more than 50 years. Surrounded by vineyards, the FLAM Winery is located at the heart of the Judean Hills near Jerusalem, between the Kisalon river and the Kdoshim forest. The winery operates in the classic European Family Estate model. The FLAM winery was established in 1998 by Golan, Gilad Flam and their mother Kami with the vision of producing wine of the highest international quality. Golan and Gilad absorbed their love for wine from their father, Israel, one of the country's wine industry pioneers. Their mother, Kami, has contributed greatly to the development of the family’s winery, harnessing her business experience for the task. The unique combination of accumulated family knowledge in winemaking, experience, and never-ending passion for wine has turned the Flam family into the premier wine family of Israel.food & alcohol,jerusalem,center,eat & drink,tours & workshops,venues
FOUR ONE SIX is a plant based restaurant and craft cocktail bar owned by chef David Barzilai Sinai (formerly a member of the Ooga restaurant) and the twins Al and Ben Rahmani. The restaurant offers a rich menu of familiar dishes such as hamburgers, shawarma, and fried calamari, which are creatively made from vegan raw materials. It offers an eclectic menu with Mexican, American, Italian, French and Mediterranean influences. All products are produced in house including breads, sauces, "meats and cheeses", desserts and drinks. The design, which a feeling of Manhattan, combines rough industrial elements with lots of wood and real vegetation that grows daily and envelops the restaurant. There is also a bar offering natural juices squeezed in place alongside a varied cocktail menu.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Innovation and forward-thinking design are the soul of their business. They are committed to nurturing individual talent - continually developing, producing, and introducing the 'next best thing' to the market. Talents Design is a pioneering Design House that commissions and produces handcrafted luxury items created exclusively for the Talents brand by leading Israeli designers. Founded in 2008 by Owner & Art Director Gal Gaon, the company has been recognized for producing iconic pieces that embody passion and bold creativity. Their work can be found in private residences, beautiful offices, boutique hotels and leading galleries across the globe.art & culture ,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops,venues
The Galitz School of Photography in Ramat Gan (just outside of Tel Aviv) is undoubtedly one of the best in Israel, and has been awarded excellent reviews. Among the school's graduates are hundreds of outstanding photographers, who are now active in the Israeli photography community and enjoy photographing and sharing their work. The best instructors in Israel take part in courses and share their experiences and unique points of view. They offer courses and all sorts of workshops with Israel's top photographers.art & culture ,center
Located somewhere in a time warp on Hillel Street in Jerusalem’s city center, Gatsby is a vintage 1920’s speakeasy that has taken Jerusalem by storm and kindled a fire for perfectly mixed cocktails. The journey starts when you finally find your way to the unassuming, unlit entrance and enter the small welcoming room, adorned with 20-style lamps, counter and bookshelves. If you’ve made a reservation (or you’re lucky enough that they have room for walk-ins) the magic starts when the hostess slides open the bookshelf and your senses are bombarded with sounds of swing, jazz and lively conversation, the smell of simmering herbs and the sight of a bar right out of 1925 Manhattan.food & alcohol,nightlife,jerusalem,center,eat & drink
The Haj Kahil family has been in the restaurant business since 1973. They own restaurants specializing in hummus, falafel, and shawarma. One of Jaffa's squares has became known over the years as Haj Kahil Square. At the Haj Kahil restaurant, across from the Clock Square in Jaffa, Naim Haj Kahil offers diners authentic Arab cuisine with a Galilee twist. He brought on board Chef Omar Iluwan, who worked in renowned Galilee restaurants like Diana, and al Babour (and also owns two chef-restaurants in Germany). On the menu you'll find outstanding dishes that until now required a special trip to the Galilee - stuffed lamb neck, leg of lamb, Haleb-style kebab, siniya with tahini or tomatoes, mahmar, knafeh and atayef desserts. The Haj Kahil family has lived in Jaffa for over 120 years. Under Turkish rule, in the late nineteenth-century, the family made a living by driving the diligences' – the carriages in which Jaffa's notables traveled the country. Naim Haj Kahil opened this restaurant at the same site that for years was the main station of the carriages. And to honour the family's history, he chose the diligence as the emblem of the new restaurant.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
HaMalabiya serves fresh Malabi (middle eastern pudding) at casual stands around Tel Aviv and Yafo. The idea was born in 2013 when a pair of old friends decided to transform a pleasant Tel Aviv corner into their first stand. Pick your malabi toppings, sip an espresso on the house, enjoy a playful backgammon game and a good beer at a reasonable price.family friendly,food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Hamiffal, “The Factory,” is an art project that turned an abandoned 19th century building in the heart of Jerusalem into an art and cultural center. We run a gallery, workshops, a cafe-bar and vegetarian kitchen, an art store presenting local artists and a multifunctional presentation venue for theater, dance, concerts, discussions and screenings. Admission is free of charge, including 98% of shows and events. Hamiffal is a public space created for and by the public. Anyone interested is invited to join at any time and make an impact. From this perspective, Hamiffal is a work of art produced by the general public and in a constant state of construction.art & culture ,family friendly,food & alcohol,jerusalem,center,eat & drink,tours & workshops,venues
The Hansen House Center for Design, Media and Technology offers permanent and changing exhibitions, one of which is a historical exhibition depicting the story of the Hansen House and its prior tenants. Designed by German architect Conrad Schick, Hansen House was first established in 1887 as a leper asylum by the Protestant community of Jerusalem. In 1950, the site was purchased by the Jewish National Fund (JNF), and served as a leprosy treatment center through 2000. The Hansen House includes a movie theater, the Offaimm Cafe for sustainable organic agriculture, fabrication laboratory (Hansen Fablab) and a beautiful garden surrounding the building that was conserved and maintained with the rest of the compound. Advanced academic programs are offered by the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design and Residency programs are offered by Mamuta Art & Media Center. Related design and technology research groups and art groups also operate at the Hansen House, including the Film & Television Fund of the Jerusalem Development Authority, the Erev Rav culture and society journal and more.art & culture ,family friendly,jerusalem,center,tours & workshops,venues
West of Jerusalem, down the eastern slope of Mount Eitan by the Sataf Springs, lies an area that has known agriculture for the last six thousand years. Here is where Shai Seltzer and his family founded the farm in 1974 . On location there is an organic vegetable garden based on the ancient technique of terras farming, a goat herd of 170 heads and an award winning goat cheese dairy. The farm leads activities, training programs and seminars on goat farming and cheese making, tasting exhibitions and special culinary events. Woofers and other earth loving volunteers are welcome to join the work.family friendly,food & alcohol,nature,jerusalem,center,eat & drink,tours & workshops
Chef Eyal Shani is as eccentric as they come, so don’t expect anything less from his restaurant. The menu changes day-to-day so everything is fresh, however of course there are the usual dishes: tomato pasta, rack of lamb, carpaccio, and the famous whole cauliflower. At around 10 the lights begin to dim and the music starts to get louder; by about 11 you will feel as if you’re at a party. Napkins flying, wine flowing, and table dancing! Be sure to book the later of the two available seatings for full party mode.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
In the Druze village of Beit Jann, in a private villa overlooking a pastoral mountain landscape, the Dabour family invites you to enjoy the authentic Druze cuisine. The owner of the house, Amal Dabour, learned the secrets and ways of traditional Druze cooking from home, and knows how to combine the Lebanese dishes she learned from her grandmother and her mother, who was from Peki'in. Amal Dabour's brother is Dr. Dabour, a medicinal herbs, pharmaceutical specialist and founder of Dr. Dabour. Enjoy homemade Druze hospitality and sumptuous authentic home cooking to recognize the unique traditional such as Mansaf, 15 types of salads and cooked, majadra, stuffed chicken meat and more. You can sign up for cooking workshops conducted by Amal Druze and she can host catered events with up to 50 guests.food & alcohol,north,eat & drink
Prominently resting on trendy Rothschild Boulevard is Hotel 65, a stylish cylindrical building which captures the effervescence of Tel Aviv. Designed to exemplify the luxurious development of the White City, the hotel's creative interiors reflect both classic and contemporary elements that have come to define this city. Guests can enjoy the richness of the award winning breakfast at Café 65, which opens onto a spacious outdoor balcony, and indulge on delicious snacks and wine during happy hour in their welcoming ambiance. 74 rooms combine sophisticated style and luxurious comforts, with breathtaking city views.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,accommodations,eat & drink
Hotel Montefiore embodies the essence of unparalleled luxury, intimacy and exquisite style in a picturesque, meticulously restored building in the heart of Tel Aviv, just steps from Rothschild Boulevard. With a flagship restaurant and a bar serving artisanal cocktails, Hotel Montefiore satiates every desire. Their 12 rooms include boast dark hard-wood flooring, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling libraries stacked with classic books and novels available in multiple languages, and walls covered in contemporary Israeli art. The black marble bathrooms in each of the rooms are stocked with exclusively developed bath and beauty products, bathrobes, slippers and all the essentials required for proper pampering.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,accommodations,eat & drink
Ika is passionate about using the finest ingredients, in the traditional techniques of French chocolate masters. She apprenticed with leading French chocolatiers. She received international recognition for introducing Middle Eastern ingredients to the art of chocolate-making: her Za’atar Praline won the gold medal at the 2014-2016 International Chocolate Awards. In 2015 Ika created a special edition pralines gift boxes, in collaboration with the chocolatier Gilles Marchal, and Gerard Guy – culinary poet and artist. It was sold out at the Galeries Lafayette department store in Paris. At her atelier in Tel Aviv, the intricate production process takes place visibly behind large glass windows, at the back of the IKA Chocolate boutique.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Hidden within the Imperial Hotel, the Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar is a creation of veteran bartenders of Tel Aviv and the winner of the Best Bar in the Middle East & Africa Award. They created a temple to the lost art of the cocktail. The kitchen is asian-colonial inspired, and the music varies from swing jazz at happy hour to surf and rock n' roll come late night (when most of the city's bartenders come cruising around).food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Only a 25-minute drive from Jerusalem, Kalia Beach is where nature, adventure and healing blend in one of the most ancient places on Earth. Kalia Beach, located on the Northern Basin of the Dead Sea, is Eco-friendly and works to promote environmental awareness through multiple projects: anti-litter beach ashtrays, glass bottle return, recycling, showers powered by solar energy and more. On the beach, you can camp, float on the sea, cover yourself in mud, and have a drink at the "lowest bar on earth."family friendly,fitness & wellness,nature,south
Design and shoes have been Kobi Levi's passion since his childhood in Tel Aviv, Israel. His first shoe designs were created from cardboard during his high school days. After graduating from Bezalel Academy of Arts & Design in Jerusalem, Kobi began to design unique, creative and innovative shoe styles, which challenge the standard definitions of design, art and fashion. Lady Gaga discovered his footwear and wore the "Double Boot" in her "Born this Way" music video. Worldwide attention and publications led to a growing demand for Kobi's artistic styles. In 2011, Kobi opened his studio in Tel Aviv and started to offer his original designs for sale. In the studio, he creates, develops and produces limited edition pieces, all made by hand from high-quality materials.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Since its opening in 2011, La Shuk Restaurant has poured a Jaffa market authenticity into the urban setting of Tel Aviv with its colorful atmosphere, nostalgic scents, fresh raw ingredients and vibrant food. Located on Dizengoff Square, you can take in the view of the renovated square, people watch and see your meal prepared in the open kitchen while listening to the Mediterranean melodies playing in the background.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Lemishmeret Farm (which literally means "safekeeping") is based on organic agriculture and promotes farm-to-table culture and well-being. Located 30 minutes from Tel Aviv in the small town of Mishmeret, the farm is surrounded by a breathtaking view. The farm has a wide variety of activities, culinary events and workshops. Lemishmeret Farm provides an experience that renews the strong contact between people and the earth, promotes the natural relationship between organic farming, quality fresh food and a healthy lifestyle.family friendly,food & alcohol,fitness & wellness,nature,center,eat & drink,tours & workshops,venues
Lunada is an experiential museum, the first of its kind in Israel. Innovative, interactive and fun for the whole family, encouraging activity and learning for all ages at an international level. We would like to invite you, children and adults, to come and share a special, colorful, emotional, educational and innovative experience that will leave you thirsty for more. The museum is housed in a 4,000 sq.m, 3-story facility that includes eight knowledge spaces with over 50 exhibits and installations in addition to unique outdoor areas. Each area features a different aspect of the world we live in and allows children to experience the various layers of reality and to discover themselves and their place in personal life, family life, public and social lives, as individuals and as part of a group. Through play in the museum’s unique areas, children are exposed to significant parts of their own world and practice important aspects of daily life such as time management, money and food, experiencing situations of interpersonal communication, meeting the world of culture and art, the solar system and unique features of planet Earth.family friendly,south,tours & workshops
The hottest restaurant in Jerusalem is a place without a sign, in a neighborhood just traditional enough to be cool for the ironic-hipster scene - Machane Yehuda. Unlike most of the casual eateries around the shuk, Machaneyuda (a clever play on the market's name) is a more upscale chef restaurant, which has a new menu tailor-made for nearly every day. The restaurant was established by three well known Jerusalem chefs, Assaf Granit, Yossy Elad and Uri Navon, who joined forces to launch a place that serves joyful, modern Israeli cuisine. The kitchen is completely visible, allowing you to see how your food is being made. Fish, seafood and desserts are highly recommended. Book well in advance!food & alcohol,jerusalem,center,eat & drink
Mamilla Hotel - one of the world's leading hotels, offers a magnificent view of Old Jerusalem, the Tower of David and the Jaffa Gate. The hotel is located next to Mamilla Boulevard, the shopping and cultural center of the city. Hotel guests enjoy an exclusive guest experience elegant and modern rooms designed by Italian designer and architect Piero Lissoni characterized by meticulous refinement, elegance, modern comfort and exceptional facilities. The hotel offers its guests restaurants and bars run by chef Kobi Bachar, a fitness and spa complex, and luxurious banquet halls for celebrations and conferences. A unique combination of sophistication, lifestyle and modern style with the rich, historic and wonderful culture of Jerusalem.jerusalem,center,accommodations
A Tel Aviv institution, this boisterous restaurant boasts indoor and outdoor dining options and a great beach view. It appeals to everyone from families to couples looking for romance, and attracts a loyal clientele. The imaginative appetizers vary from day to day. It is a true beachfront restaurant, located along side the sands of the beach, and just steps away from the clashing waves. Its kitchen is unique for its special and creative Middle Eastern cuisine. All of Manta Ray's fish and seafood are cooked with a lot of love and passion, led by their acclaimed chef, Ronen Skinezis.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Designer Maya Negri, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Engineering and design, established her self-titled brand a year after she graduated. In the coming years, she launched dozens of collections, opened five stores nationwide and branched out to the global scene. Maya Negri allows every woman to portray strength, power and femininity without compromising comfort. She designs high quality garments that celebrate the female figure. Maya Negri sees her fashion trade as an additional layer of her comprehensive attitude toward life. Extreme sports, world travel, music and culture are her inspirations.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
From around the world, Berman and Nuphar gathered a small group of gifted performers, each with diverse talents and contrasting backgrounds. Sparked by their shared passion for rhythm and coordination, and fueled by their unique sense of humor and mischief, their group dynamic on stage was inexhaustible and infectious. Enriched by working with a multicultural cast, they all inspired each other to fulfill the individual’s prowess in his/her area of expertise, while developing in all players the versatility to master other skills. This befits the name Mayumana, which comes from the Hebrew word for skill - Meyumanut. Mayumana’s playfulness extends beyond the stage, reaching out to engage in direct interactions with its audiences of all ages and cultures. With performers from more than 20 different nationalities, Mayumana has become one of Israel’s leading cultural exports. It has entertained millions of people around the world with its international touring cast, as well as in its home theater, The Mayumana House, which is located at the old harbor in Jaffa.
Meet in Place believes that all meetings matter. That’s why they created a unique meeting place on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv to help power productivity and success. From pitch presentations to company events, they have the perfect room for the perfect vibe. There is a great power in meeting real people in real place. That’s why they have designed the most beautiful rooms to bring out the best from this simple, face to face human experience. Their goal is to to make it flawless, equipped with the fastest wifi and the latest communication technologies . Their meeting rooms provide the impact you need. Coffee and fresh patisseries are also available, just tap the MiP app and book the place for your next meeting or social event.tech, science & health,tel aviv,center,venues
Set in a contemporary building, this trendy boutique hotel is close to both Tel Aviv Port and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Fashionable, modern rooms with minimalist furnishings offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and rainfall showers, as well as minifridges and safes. Upgraded rooms add espresso machines, windows, and open-plan vanities with intricate metalwork. Some quarters feature free-standing tubs, living areas and/or window seats. Suites have living rooms. Amenities include a sleek restaurant/bar with an ornate, carved ceiling and a sunroom with a wall of greenery, plus a wine cellar, an airy lobby lounge with a cocktail bar, and a terrace with funky furnishings.tel aviv,center,accommodations
The Milk & Honey Distillery is Israel’s first whisky distillery, dedicated to genuine artisanal manufacture and committed to maintaining the highest standards. They only use high quality barley, real whisky stills and expertly selected barrels. Whether it’s their Single Malt Whisky or other premium distillations, they take pride in what we do and in what we make. Their goal is to make Israel’s best Single Malt whisky. The distillery is a hidden gem among the workshops and warehouses of the small industrial zone on the border of Tel Aviv and Jaffa. They want to share the experience, and offer distillery tours for individuals and groups. They also offer private and group tours for up to 35 guests, upon prior arrangement. In their 1 hour tour, you will learn about the history and process of distillation, walk through the various stages of spirit making – from grain to glass – and finish with a guided tasting of our creations. Their visitor center is also available to rent for private events.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink,tours & workshops,venues
At Opa they wish to create a new innovative cuisine emphasizing the beauty and splendor of the plant kingdom. Chef Shirel Berger understands and appreciates the importance of using local seasonal ingredients and the wonderful outcome they create. She cares deeply for our imprint on the planet and for creating a sustainable system.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Pastel is a modern brasserie located in the Tel Aviv Museum showcasing classics of French and Italian cuisine while using fresh local fare with mounds of creativity. Whether you dine inside or revel on the outside terrace, you’ll love the eclectic flavors in the food, the artistic plates, and the attentive service. There is also a beautiful private space available for rent for special events.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink,venues
A magical shaded terrace, birds chirping, sea breeze and sun shining through the Neve Tzedek Ficus trees. You have arrived at Suzanna. Suzanna has been serving a Mediterranean style menu for over ten years offering a variety of warm and cold appetizers, famous Kibbeh soups, stuffed vegetables and fruits, stews, grilled dishes and of course coffee and desserts. Along with outdoor and indoor seating, there is also a rooftop bar.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Yvel is a luxury jewelry brand recognized worldwide for its distinctive creations featuring nature’s most treasured resources. Founded by Orna and Isaac Levy in 1986, Yvel (a reversal of the ‘Levy’ surname) has a rich history of cultivating fine jewelry for over 30 years. Rare organic pearls are Yvel’s signature design motif with select natural diamonds, emeralds, sapphires and other gems featuring prominently. Yvel is legendary for its free form designs in which 18k white, yellow or rose satin finished gold is fashioned around the gemstone, caressing it and enhancing its unique beauty.art & culture ,jerusalem,tours & workshops
Merav Barzilay first opened the restaurant’s doors in 2002 in Moshav Yarkona, a small agricultural community established by her grandparents. Organic, “farm-to-table” eating hadn’t even entered the culinary lexicon at the time, let alone become a dining trend, but Merav was determined to realize her dream of a vegetarian kitchen based entirely on organic ingredients. Meshek Barzilay is one of many vegetarian and vegan concepts in Tel Aviv, but it is acknowledged as a leader and pioneer. After 15 years in the city, the restaurant’s vision and mandate remain the same: to serve the tastiest, richest & most healthful food at the fairest price. Merav’s plight to make wellness & conscious eating accessible to all Israelis continued with the 2018 opening of the Meshek Barzilay Delicatessen, a fast-casual concept that features a prepared food bar, organic grocery, shake counter, bakery and indoor-outdoor seating for the wellness-conscious Telavivian on-the-go.food & alcohol,fitness & wellness,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Chef Aviv Moshe defines the restaurant's kitchen as"thrilling, far from simple, and with a subtext of Mother's kitchen". The haute-cuisine menu is built using a technique of cooking from the Provence region, using a great deal of local ingredients, while ensuring the quality of the raw materials and playing with different textures that create fascinating complexity in each dish. Alongside its creative menu, Messa offers a thoughtfully stocked bar, cocktail menu plus bar nibbles.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
A true “city that never stops,” Tel Aviv is Israel’s cultural and economical capital, and a mix between a breezy Mediterranean beach town and a bustling urban hub of innovation. The young population and unique feel make this metropolis a dynamic and diverse launching pad for entrepreneurship. Mindspace’s coworking space locations are smack in the middle of all this creativity, among the stark Bauhaus buildings which are clustered in the White City. We’re big believers of collaboration, so we’ve made it our mission to be more than an office space. We’re a community. There’s nothing better than to connect with your inspiring office neighbor or create something with that funky designer down the hall. Here’s to long-lasting friendships.tech, science & health,tel aviv,center,venues
Miznon of the famous chef Eyal Shani has become a brand of quality street food, fresh and tasty, and a meeting place for all culinary enthusiasts. They offer a hearty and joyful atmosphere, the guests enjoy an extraordinary culinary experience and an amazing interaction with the young and well-trained staff and with the rest of the guests. The King George Tel Aviv buffet offers a rich and varied menu including meat and vegetarian dishes in pita, a mashed potato dish and a dish of cauliflower baked in a brick oven until golden brown. To finish the meal, it is recommended to order the banana dessert, a pita smeared with chocolate and filled with slices of bananas glazed with sugar and a light cream of butter.family friendly,food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Mona, located at the picturesque Artists House in the historic building of the Bezalel School in Jerusalem, has been a culinary institution since its opening in 2000. This iconic eatery has gone through several transformations and since 2012 has been owned by Chef Moshiko Gamlieli – head chef of Mona Restaurant under the “Machneyuda” Group. Gamalieli and his partner, chef Itamar Navon, have turned Mona into one of the best restaurants in Israel, a “don’t miss” experience for prominent guests from abroad who visit the capital. Mona, a remarkable representative of quality European culinary in Israel, is one of the few restaurants in Jerusalem that serves a non-kosher menu. Mona hosts ministers, global leaders and business people from all around the world, but the most outstanding guests were undoubtedly Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, who ate at the restaurant and attracted paparazzi from around the world.food & alcohol,jerusalem,center,eat & drink
The Nakash Boxing Gym aims for excellence, whether for professional purposes or for amateurs. Ran Nakash works to create a multi-level boxing environment in order to help each and every boxer reach their full potential. The boxers and instructors include: Ran Nakash, a professional boxer who is ranked top ten in the world, Elad Shmuel (24 wins and 2 losses), Oz Goldenberg, and Danny Netzer. These boxers represent Israel in many competitions around the world. The boxing team is led by and Oz Goldenberg and the Thai boxing team is led by Danny Netzer. The training is adapted to all levels, beginner to advanced and is suitable for both men and women. Those interested and fit can participate in competitions in Israel and abroad.fitness & wellness,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops
NOK Beauty is a trendy salon in Central Tel Aviv for manicure, pedicure, hair styling, make-up, and more. They invite you to enjoy a variety of express beauty services in their beautiful space with a relaxed atmosphere. An oasis in the center of the city.fitness & wellness,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Zielinski & Rozen is an artisanal perfume house born in the alleys of old Jaffa in 1905. The history of the brand is also the history of the family. Now the brand is headed by perfumery alchemist and ideologist Erez Rosen. Multi-component and dynamic fragrances of Zielinski & Rozen don’t look alike in terms of content and even physical properties, they evoke emotional affection, give rise to their own associations, and want to be rediscovered each time, playing with images and styles, choosing the mood of the day. Each bottle, signed by hand, differs from the neighboring namesake. you can not find a second similar bottle and even a fragrance.fitness & wellness,tel aviv,tours & workshops
In Latin, Menza is a dining house. And like any warm home, Menza's door is always open: 7 days a week. The Menza restaurant belongs to a small group of Jerusalem restaurants that are open on Saturdays and allow diners to enjoy a fun time at their convenience. The restaurant serves around-the-clock food, including rich breakfasts, juicy meats and fresh fish. From the cocktails and the unique wine menu you can enjoy the open bar, which provides a closer look at our team at work. Menza has a warm atmosphere and good people that complement Menza's entertainment experience. It is also open on Saturdays!
As Jerusalem’s first member of Brown Hotels, Villa Brown represents a confluence of contemporary small-scale luxury and the nostalgic opulence of the city’s colonial era. Housed in an impressive 19th-century villa that has been painstakingly restored to its former glory, Villa Brown features a lavish Rooftop Spa, Garden Cafe serving contemporary takes on regional classics and fashionable underground “Cave Bar”. The design is a distinct intermingling of Neoclassical, Ottoman styles and contemporary influences, boasting deep and warm hues, soft textiles, velvety pigments of red, emerald and mauve and towering arched doorways.art & culture ,family friendly,food & alcohol,jerusalem,accommodations
A Multidisciplinary center for music, founded in 1991 by the Jerusalem Foundation with the support of the Floersheimer Foundation. Over the years, the place has become a center of pilgrimage for musicians from all corners of the globe - from young Jerusalemites, musical ensembles from all over the country, and, of course, to familiar and beloved artists who see the submarine as their home. During the day it serves as a music and sound school, a rehearsal room and a recording studio. In the evening there are performances by young ensembles, jazz, theater groups, entertainment performances and performances by well-known and beloved artists.art & culture ,nightlife,jerusalem,venues
The Abraham Hostel Jerusalem is located in Jerusalem’s city center. With over 250 beds, the hostel hosts guests from around the world who enjoy its warm atmosphere, convenient location, friendly staff, daily events and tours, and extensive facilities. Private rooms and community events. Don't miss an Abraham Tour, with pickup/dropoff to the hostel to various places all over Israel.art & culture ,nightlife,jerusalem,center,accommodations,tours & workshops,venues
The Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv is located in the beating heart of Tel Aviv surrounded by many of the city's hottest spots. With over 350 beds, the hostel hosts guests from around the world who enjoy its warm atmosphere, convenient location, friendly staff, daily events and tours, and extensive facilities. Private rooms and community events. Don't miss an Abraham Tour, with pickup/dropoff to the hostel to various places all over Israel.art & culture ,nightlife,tel aviv,center,accommodations,tours & workshops,venues
Akbar is a lively bar with a fresh menu, live performances, creative cocktails and happy hour in the heart of famous Yafo Flea Market (Shuk HaPishpeshim).food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Alon Segev Gallery opened in 2000. It has since become a leading contemporary art gallery in Tel Aviv. The gallery focuses on young and well established contemporary artists, both Israeli and international. The gallery's artistic agenda allows the display of all aspects of contemporary art; complex installations, videos, sculptures, drawings and paintings. Artists represented by Alon Segev Gallery are currently living, working, and exhibiting both in Israel and abroad. It is their vision and intention to expose Israeli contemporary art to the international scene. They believe Israeli art is of relevance world wide and has an interesting perspective to offer.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Anya Fleet's atelier was established in 2007 in Tel-Aviv: detailed, hand-crafted, limited, and one of a kind pieces. Anya Fleet was born in Russia in 1980 and graduated with honors from the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in 2006. In 2007 she opened a studio under her name in Tel Aviv with a couture ready to wear line. Born into a family of sculptors, Anya developed aesthetic, sensitivity and a fascination for art and fashion design. Her couture bridal line was established in 2011. She finds inspiration from diverse aspects mixing romantic, bohemian and old Hollywood style, to create an uncluttered and chic bridal look. Each dress is meticulously handmade to measure, using various combination of lace, ornate beading and hand embroidery. Anya has dressed several style icons for weddings, the red carpet and ceremonies like Bar Rafaelli, Kate Hudson, Sarai Givaty, Ronit Elkabetz, Keren Mor, Yeal Bar-Zohar, Chana Azoulay-Hasfari, and Dana Friman.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
Artport Tel Aviv was founded in 2011 aiming to be a home for emerging artists and a significant milestone in their artistic career. It is a nonprofit organization promoting Israeli contemporary visual art, its core being a residency program for Israeli and international artists. Through additional activities such as conferences, lectures, exhibitions, professional workshops for artists and an annual art book fair, Artport serves the general public and the local art scene, promoting relations between art and society. It was founded by Mr. Jason Arison, Chairman of The Ted Arison Family Foundation. It is part of The Center for Young Art, initiated by Jason out of his passion for the arts and his wish to support emerging artists.art & culture ,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops
Aviva Zilberman’s researched smart cuts and clean fashion designs showcase the body in a sophisticated, organic and playful way. With her considerable focus and dedication, the collections are always timeless and elegant. The boutique alone, with its constantly updated gorgeous window display, is always worth a visit. Fashion Designer Aviva Zilberman founded her brand in 2008 in Tel Aviv. She fulfilled her ambition to offer a definitively modern fashion by founding her own high-end ready-to-wear house. Since the brand launched its mission was to create a day wardrobe that will allow women to reveal the elegance that we all possess, even if we don’t always know how to express it. Her vision of fashion is the result of continuous search of the structure of garments and her concern for realistic proportions. She creates elegant collections that contain powerful and delicate appositeness, where lays a masculine strictness and a feminine sensuality, and where outfits laid on the body with extreme precision, like an endlessly renewed conversation with women.art & culture ,tel aviv,center
AYEKA is an inspiring, upscale, shared workspace for entrepreneurs, startups, designers, freelancers and artists. AYEKA is a home for the curious. A place for dreamers and the ambitious. A space for doers who challenge the obvious. It is an exclusive, members-only community of leading entrepreneurs and creative teams where life and work goals combine. A productive environment that builds a community around individuals and helps you to be your best. We offer private furnished studios, large cozy suites and shared desks, suitable for individuals, teams, and companies.tech, science & health,tel aviv,center,venues
Bana is a creative vegan restaurant in the heart of Tel Aviv that serves breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee. Taking plant based eating to the next level, all the dishes are made from fresh and in-season vegetables and the menu changes accordingly. The decor is bright and uplifting, with a massive display of colorful vegetables and salads, a small front patio, and a summery back garden decorated with fairy lights.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Wine bar and Mediterranean food by Shuk HaCarmel. Private indoor space is available for special events.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
With locations in Jerusalem's Machane Yehuda market, Jaffa and Tel Aviv, BeerBazaar is the place to grab a beer in Israel. Each location has over 100 bottled Israeli microbrews of all tastes, types, and regions – from the Golan Heights to the Negev. To top it all off, the staff is passionate about beer and more than happy to advise and help you choose the brews that fit your tastes.food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,jerusalem,center,eat & drink
Beit Hatfutsot, the Museum of the Jewish People, is more than a museum. This unique global institution tells the ongoing and extraordinary story of the Jewish people. Beit Hatfutsot connects Jewish people to their roots and strengthens their personal and collective Jewish identity. Beit Hatfutsot conveys to the world the fascinating narrative of the Jewish people and the essence of the Jewish culture, faith, purpose and deed while presenting the contribution of world Jewry to humanity.art & culture ,family friendly,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops,venues
Award winning cocktails and creative Mediterranean cuisine. Inside the Berdichevsky Hotel you will find the dimly lit, cozy bar decorated in 1920’s style. The well-dressed bartenders put as much effort and creativity into the presentation of their sophisticated cocktails as they do the taste. Serving up high quality and creative cocktails in a jaw-dropping assortment of vessels is their signature, so don’t be surprised if you spend the first couple minutes taking a picture of your drink after it arrives. A real conch shell and a miniature bathtub complete with rubber duck are just two examples. BUTLER is a tucked away, 19th Century inspired speakeasy lounge within the Bellboy space. BUTLER is available for exclusive private parties of up to 15 people.food & alcohol,nightlife,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Benyamini Contemporary Ceramics Center promotes ceramic art and design in a vibrant atmosphere of creativity for professional artists as well as the general public. Through the on-going activities they wish to create a dialogue between the various aspects of ceramics and extend its scope in the broad spectrum of material culture. Activities include: School for Ceramic Art: workshops in throwing, design and sculpture for adults, youth and children; Galleries: changing exhibitions, gallery talks and guided visits; Reference Library, special events and more courses.art & culture ,tel aviv,center,tours & workshops
The name Bezalel is synonymous with more than 100 years of Israeli art, innovation and academic excellence. Bezalel’s unique strength stems from the numerous breakthroughs it has been responsible for and its ability to respond and adapt to cultural changes. It takes pride in its numerous generations of graduates – the spearhead of Israeli artists, designers and architects, in Israel and around the globe. The Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design is, first and foremost, a group of talented, inspired and motivated artists and professionals. Both faculty and students are driven by a passion to create and by their dedication to quality and excellence. These two pillars of the Academy have placed Bezalel at the epicenter of Israel’s cultural discourse and at the forefront of its artistic scene, making it instrumental in shaping the country’s cultural identity.art & culture ,jerusalem,center
Located in the heart of Tel Aviv opposite Rabin Square, this immensely popular French restaurant gives diners the impression they were whisked away to Paris. From its meticulously detailed Art Deco interior to its nicotine stained ceiling and hardwood floors, the Brasserie is a paean to the traditional Parisian grand brasserie. Every detail of the décor is sophisticated but not stuffy. The food is equally refined and meticulously prepared. Open 24 hours a day, Brasserie is one of the only places in Tel Aviv that is hopping both day and night - and despite the clientele that includes the Israeli Who’s Who, it still manages to maintain a neighborhood feel.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
The "Breakfast Club" is a bistro serving a wide range of unique breakfasts, with dishes revolving around the Mediterranean basin (Turkish, Moroccan, Italian) and even as far as Scandinavia. The club is 200 meters from the beach in Hazafon and is a starting point for trips to the area. It is a culinary meeting place for locals and guests who come especially from around the country. The evening changes to the "Dinner Club" and serves sophisticated dishes along with an expansive menu of cocktails.food & alcohol,north,eat & drink
Cafe Popular is spread over two floors in the Jacob Samuel boutique hotel, at the intersection of Dizengoff-Arlozorov streets. It offers two different entertainment experiences; the ground floor is a bistro with a local bistro menu, built by the chef and owner Avi Biton. The underground floor is a bar with a unique alcohol menu and a dining menu.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
For more than a decade Chloélys Restaurant has been considered one of the most highly regarded restaurants in Israel. Chef Victor Gloger heads a kosher kitchen which combines classic French and Mediterranean. In addition to food and wine, attention is given to every detail, from the level of service and knowledge of the waiters and waitresses, the elegant and distinguished design. Chloélys offers some of chef’s Gloger most famed dishes such as Sea-bass Carpaccio, Slow Roasted Veal Cutlet, Wild Sea Bass Baked in Salt Crust and the Famous Sea Tagine. Chef Gloger’s creative dishes are accompanied by an extensive wine menu. At Chloélys one can enjoy an intimate romantic dinner as well as an exceptional business gathering.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Cicchetti (in Italian: small dishes) is the charming Italian restaurant that has brought the flavors of Venetian tapas to the Tel Aviv. The restaurant serves small to medium sized dishes which diners can share across the table, and are inspired by various Italian cuisines: from Sicily and Sardinia in the south up to Piedmont in the north. Cicchetti’s menu is based on fresh seasonal ingredients that are changing daily: vegetables, pastries and cheeses, seafood and fish.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Citizen is a superfood boutique café that is vegetarian and vegan friendly. The urban space boasts vintage furniture, white tables, and industrial lighting, as well as a lush outdoor area. The menu includes smoothie bowls, matcha lattes, a variety of quinoa dishes and more.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink
Chef Ran Shmueli’s Claro paints a beautiful picture of farm-to-table cuisine in a warm and cozy atmosphere. Located in the Sarona Compound, Claro is a farm-to-table restaurant with a cozy and welcoming vibe. Chef Ran Shmueli, one of Israel’s most well-loved chefs, celebrates fresh local produce with creative ingredients, a big open-kitchen, a taboon (brick oven) and fresh fish, meat, chicken and handmade-pasta and breads. The bar seating around the open kitchen is the perfect spot to soak in the atmosphere, and get a good view of this beautiful restaurant.food & alcohol,tel aviv,center,eat & drink