Tel Aviv is the ultimate nightlife destination! The city has a laid-back anything-goes vibe, with a beachfront resort-feel and bohemian chic. When the sun goes down, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs start gearing up for a long night. Nighttime entertainment usually kicks off quite late in Tel Aviv but continues into the early hours of the morning. Whether you’re into jazz, Middle Eastern music, hard rock, or modern pop, Tel Aviv has a venue for you. And if you want an intimate, romantic atmosphere, a bar where you can meet locals, cocktails, a place to party with friends, or an LGBTQ-friendly club, Tel Aviv has you covered.
If you’re looking for live performance venues, there is the iconic Barby, Hanger 13 for large concerts, and intimate Asian indie, jazz, and classical music venues scattered across the city. Many of Tel Aviv’s daytime cafes morph into bars at night. Some focus on wine, or cocktails, while others are casual beer bars. A good number of Tel Aviv bars offer live entertainment and excellent food to go with your drinks.
Thanks to the warm climate there are stunning patio bars, courtyard bars, and rooftop bars overlooking Tel Aviv’s cityscape. The city has Irish pubs, sports bars, theme bars, and bars where Israeli music is the mainstay. There are excellent wine bars serving local and international labels. In the summer you can find day-to-night beach bars, and beach parties hosted between Hilton Beach and Gordon Beach.
Most Tel Aviv nightclubs are centered around Rothschild Boulevard, Allenby Street, and Dizengoff. The hedonistic Tel Aviv club scene will keep your adrenaline pumping with psychedelic lights, and throbbing music. But you can also find intimate, hipster joints, especially in the Florentin neighborhood where poets, philosophers, and musicians hang out in one-off, hole-in-the-wall bars. Welcome to the party capital of the Middle East!