Tel Aviv Nightlife

On Lilienblum and Allenby streets, and in Florentine, where many of the pubs and bars are clustered, things don't really get started until at least 10 pm, especially on Friday night. Most places stay open "until the last customer," which means at least 3 am when things finally begin to wind down, although some are still crowded at 5 am.

For those who want to start and finish the evening early,

some night spots—particularly wine bars—open before the night owls descend. Happy hours are becoming more and more popular.

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This stylish neighborhood bar has the feel of Prohibition-era New York City. The suspender-wearing bartenders specialize in excellent...

Bar Barbunia

  • Bars/Pubs

Aptly named for a small fish that's a staple of the city's old-time restaurants, Bar Barbunia draws a mixed crowd that ranges from fishermen...

Bellboy

  • Bars/Pubs

Many of the cocktails here are lit up with a fiery uproar, and some come with garnishes straight out of a toy shop. It's definitely worth...

Cafe Noga

  • Bars/Pubs

This sticky-floored Tel Aviv institution doubles as a pool hall, with 19 tables drawing a fun-loving crowd. If darts is your sport, stop...

Café Europa

  • Cafes–Nightlife

A place to see and be seen, especially in summer evenings, Café Europa's sparkling cocktails and creative small plates draw attractive...

Chin-Chin

  • Bars/Pubs

At this massive dance club, the crowds groove to house music. There's lots of dancing on the bar and in every corner. ...

Deli

  • Dance Clubs

The clandestine entrance—through the back of a nondescript sandwich shop—leads in-the-know partiers to a lounge where house music...

Evita

  • Bars/Pubs

One of Tel Aviv's best gay bars, Evita is a small, classy place with some of the city's best DJs. The long line outside in the later...

HaMaoz

  • Bars/Pubs

The quirky interior of this bar resembles someone's apartment, down to the black-and-white family photos on the walls. There's even a...

HaMinzar

  • Bars/Pubs

One of the oldest bars in Tel Aviv, the Monastery is a gritty, down-to-earth pub that's popular with a slightly older after-work crowd,...

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