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The best Night life places in TLV


Speakeasy - Rooftop Bar

In the heart of the White City, at Hotel B Berdichevsky, one of the Best Hotel in Tel Aviv, guests experience the city in an atmosphere of luxury rich in style. On its second anniversary, the hotel is launching Bellboy, a new cocktail bar with wine- colored velvet curtains, leather sofas and oil paintings, a marble and brass bar with a row of glass bottles and yellowish candlelight, inviting guests to enjoy snacks and drinks in-house.


Social Club

The social club restaurant is located in Rothschild Tel Aviv.
The menu include meat and dairy menu, italian dishes and amzing desserts.
The design is very unique, romantic and stylish.


Aria Bar

ARIA is Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv is ARIA. ARIA is what you think of when you envision Tel Aviv. Housed in a two-story historic building, ARIA is a union of a contemporary chef restaurant and a lounge bar. The ARIA experience ranges from a high-quality, meticulously-prepared dinner, to lively mingling into the midnight hours. The food, the music, the cocktails, the wine, the unique location, and the meticulous service, all work together to create a never before seen experience.

Credit: Ben Yuster
Credit: Ben Yuster

Imperial Cocktail Bar

Imperial Craft is without a doubt the most prestigious Cocktail bar in Tel Aviv. Happy hour from 6 to 8 everyday is the best deal for cocktails in tel aviv. The drinks are just incredible! Sunday mixology sessions are a must do.
They have been voted best cocktail bar in Africa and middle east and 56th cocktail bar in the world!


Esperanto - Rooftop bar

Located between a stunning palm-lined boulevard in the south, and the waves, the breeze and the power of the sea, is Esperanto – an atmospheric ‘Tel Avivian’ bar situated on a wide wooden deck overlooking the water. Offering a winning combination of contemporary music, a summertime atmosphere and magnificent views of the Mediterranean Sea, Esperanto’s menu boasts a selection of refreshing cocktails and bits & bites perfectly suited to hot summer nights.



Jajo is a meticulously designed restaurant in the historical building that once housed Israel’s first winery, on a hill within the recently restored site of Sarona in Tel Aviv. Jajo is surrounded by terraces where grapes were grown a century and a half ago and occupies three floors and 350 square meters.