Jerusalem Nightlife

Although Jerusalem can't compete with Tel Aviv in terms of the number of nightlife attractions, what the city lacks in quantity it more than makes up for in quality. Pubs, bars, and nightclubs in Jerusalem tend to be more relaxed than those in Tel Aviv—they're friendlier, more informal, and often less expensive. As in Tel Aviv, the nightlife scene in Jerusalem starts very late: some places only

begin to fill up after midnight, and most pubs are open until the early hours of the morning. Given the university presence in the city, there’s often a younger crowd at many places.

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A haunt for reporters from around the world, Borderline has a delightful summer garden and a huge screen for watching soccer games. In...

Casino de Paris

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Owned by Israeli rock star Shaanan Streett, this bar in the heart of the vegetable market occupies what was once a British Army brothel.

Cellar Bar

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This place has the feel of an intimate wine cellar, with small tables, quiet corners, and a mix of languages that makes you feel far...


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An unmarked door opens to a library with bookshelves that slide apart to reveal a bar inspired by the Roaring Twenties. Eager young bartenders...


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The name means "The Record," a nostalgic tribute by the three young, musically inclined owners. This is a great place for beer, especially...


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Named for a beloved toy store that previously occupied this space, Toy Bar is a multilevel club with cozy couches for conversation, a...

Hasadna Culinary Workshop

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Housed in an old factory, this is a temple to the craft of cocktails near Jerusalem's former train station. The drinks—mixed with outstanding...


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Hebrew for "Neighbor," Hashchena is a youthful bar steps from the Mahaneh Yehuda market that greets you with hanging laundry and a wall...


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Popular with a professional crowd, this all-day restaurant has a deck that's a great spot on warm evenings. The grilled chicken wings...

Mirror Bar

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This chic hotel bar appeals to a cross section of locals, travelers, and expats. The intimate space is perfect for a nightcap or a table...


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