2015 Tel Aviv Nightlife Guide
Tel Aviv's nonstop, thriving nightlife is not just a secret among local Tel Avivians, but a well-known fact among travelers the world over. From the Namal - Tel Aviv’s original port turned entertainment hotspot - to Dizengoff Street, Rothschild Boulevard and Jaffa flea market, Tel Aviv offers a plethora of options and activities that will never cease to surprise, delight and inspire. With the arrival of 2015, Tel Avivians and travelers all flooding the streets to party, dance and celebrate in true Middle Eastern Mediterranean style.
We’ve scoured the city to offer you a prime list of delectable locales and parties not just for the new year, as they are happening places though out the year.
Tel Aviv’s world-renowned dance club is a must for music enthusiasts, featuring
three different performance spaces and located in a subterranean complex in Tel Aviv’s Central Bus Station. The Block is known for hosting international and local DJs through a wide-range of musical tastes, making for a surefire good time. Location: 157 Salame Street Website
Posted up in southern Tel Aviv’s urban core, Kuli Alma first opened its doors only a few months ago, and has already proved itself to be a major player in the city’s non-stop, music-obsessed night scene. Kuli Alma’s outdoor space boasts blaring visuals, a delightful treat as patrons first descend into a multi-room which transcends into a dance-conducive main bar where the city’s top musical artists and DJs perform on any given night. 10 Mikve Yisrael Street Website
This vibrant, hip restaurant adjacent to the Big Synagogue on Allenby Street with innovative dishes by Chef Eyal Shani and features local DJs spinning the restaurant’s collection of 1,000+ vinyl records. This is a great place to party! 5 Har Sinai Street Website
Anna Loulou Bar
A Jaffa local favorite is the Anna Loulou Bar, a newly conceived dance bar co-owned by an Arab and Israeli hipster, with nightly DJ’s spinning everything from electronic dance music to hip-hop, 60’s rock and classical Arabic gems. 7 Hapninim Street, Website
Tel Aviv’s hottest gay/straight/hipster bar located on the buzzing Nachalat Binyamin Street on the cusp of Neve Tzedek, featuring weekly live music events, concept parties and sets by Tel Aviv DJs. 43 Nachalat Binyamin Street Website
New open-air tapas bar frequented by local musicians in an industrial strip of south Tel Aviv, offering innovative vegetarian options, cocktails and featuring weekly performances by local musicians and DJs spinning the best of international indie rock and dance music. 21 Ha’Amal Street, Website
One of Tel Aviv’s hottest spots for local DJs and bands with a new artist performing each night, Pasaz is a round-the-clock nightlife spot where patrons show up early and leave late. Anticipate a wide-range of musical styles ranging from soul and funk music to live hip-hop acts and international electronic music DJs. 94 Allenby Street Website
Tel Aviv’s longstanding dance club received a complete makeover over the past year, reopening just a few months ago and quickly rising to the top of every nightlife enthusiast’s short list for consistent fun and high-energy musical offerings. Breakfast Club’s sister-bar, Milk, which is conveniently located in the adjacent space, offers a more laid-back, dimly lit vibe but still suitable for music lovers. 6 Rothschild Boulevard Website
Imperial Cocktail Bar
Newly opened speakeasy bar in a unassuming hotel on Hayarkon Street, Imperial Cocktail Bar is the city's hottest cocktail joint, serving a selection of innovative cocktails amongst a dimly lit, 1920's decor, with the waiters also dressing the part. 66 Hayarkon Street Website