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7 Top Tel Aviv Places to Clear your Mind After a Long Work Day

The capital of freedom, the city of endless summer, the one that never sleeps- small but kicking, the one and only: Tel Aviv If you are looking for an after work drink, a late night mingling or an underground Techno party, Tel Aviv has quite a lot to offer you. We've curated some of the coolest, outstanding and fun places for you to check out

Written by Barbara Tzlil

10 months ago

The Block

Address: Shalma Rd 157, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Opening Time: Thursday from 23:30 till late Friday morning

Big Bang: The weekend has arrived (finally), so why don’t you claim your disco nap before a long late night at the widely considered the best nightclub in Israel and one of the most esteemed and influential in the world.

It has won many and impressive titles by the local scene but its international name is as impressive, being named “One of the five best sound systems in the world” on England’s BBC Radio 1 and repeatedly being referred to as a “world class” venue by its international DJ guests.

The Block’s main pride is its custom-made analog sound system, designed by the club owner, Yaron Trax, and inspired by the great systems of the old New York City clubs of the 70’s and 80’s. The club regularly hosts some of the hottest names in the dance music industry, such as: Nina Kraviz, Modeselektor, Ben Klock, Dixon, Marcel Dettman, John Talabot, Louie Vega, Gilles Peterson, Apparat, Henrik Schwarz, Derrick Carter, DJ Harvey and many more.

The Block’s devoted crowd is an eclectic and colorful mix of people, forming a community that is not characterized by race, age, religion or sexual tendencies, but instead, united by the love of music and dance.

Phone03-537-8002

FB: https://www.facebook.com/blockclubtlv/?fref=ts

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Sputnik

Address: Allenby St 122

Opening Time: Every day from 19:00, Happy Hours until 21:00 (1+1)

Big Bang: Sputnik is a music and art-focused nightlife spot located in the creative and fusion crux of center Tel Aviv.

Sputnik – in Russian, means: ‘after me’. It was actually the first satellite launched into Space on October 1957.

It’s the one place where you will find an outstanding content, underground music and culture futuristic elements of design mixed with retro 70’s and 80’s vibes.

In every corner you’ll see something that will stimulate your mind, a theme built on the base of retro futurism. You will find a maze of urban art, vintage films and visuals projected onto the inside walls and open air courtyard.

Don’t miss out on this one!

FB: https://www.facebook.com/sputnikTLV/?fref=ts

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Imperial Cocktail Bar

Address: Ha-Yarkon St 66

Opening Time: everyday from 18:00 to last customer and have a happy hour with 50% discount on cocktails from 18:00-20:00.

Big Bang: Voted the Number One cocktail bar in the Middle East- and trust us, they deserve the title 😉

Hidden within the Imperial Hotel, the Imperial Craft cocktail Bar is a creation of veteran bartenders of the city, to create a temple to the lost art of the cocktail.
The kitchen is asian-colonial inspired, and the music varies from swing jazz at happy hour to surf and Rock n’ Roll come latenight (when most of the city’s bartenders come cruising around).

Phone: 073-264-9464

FB: https://www.facebook.com/ImperialCraftCocktailBar/?fref=ts

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Kuli Alma

Address: Mikveh Israel St 10

Opening Time: Every Day 9PM – Last customers

Big Bang: If it’s early evening and you’ve just left work, feeling like losing your daywork stress in the cosmic bubble of Kuli Alma.

It’s located right around the corner on Mikve Israel St. 10, and offers a unique experience, almost imaginary, of a lonely island in the middle of the city that you wouldn’t mind getting lost in.

Between 4 different spaces, each designed differently and provides a special performance of art, live music, a long pick up bar, or a chill courtyard.

Owned and operated by a collective of local artists, musicians, and nightlife stars.

Entering Kuli Alma reveals a kaleidoscope of vibrant street art, fashion, and music from a huge range of genres.

http://kulialma.com/

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Peacock

Address:  Marmorek St 14

Opening Time: Opens Sunday to Saturday as of 6PM till the last customer

Big Bang: The Peacock is a very well known getting together spot for the common Telavivian. With a varied menu of drinks and cocktails and a surprisingly good kitchen with changing dishes and outstanding snacks. It’s our top choice for a first date or a meeting with an old friend that is visiting the city.

Happy hour is every day till 8.30PM, offers a 1+1 for a verity of drinks

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Plaza

Address: Rothschild blvd 7

Opening Time: Every day from 6PM and during Fridays and Saturdays from 11AM.

Big Bang: Right where Rothschild Blvd begins and Neve Zedek ends, in the new and renovated Rothschild’s square, neighbors with the chef restaurant Pronto and L’Institut Francais is Plaza. It’s both a classic bar and a casual gathering point.

On weekdays you might want to enjoy a free appetizer with every drink until 8PM, and a rich brunch menu during the weekend.

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Alphabet & Gama Bar

Address: Ahad Ha’Am St 54

Opening Time: Wednesday – Friday from 23:00

Big Bang: The Alphabet is one of the most beautifully designed mini clubs in Tel Aviv, it is known for it’s fine sound system and late after parties.

It combines the atmosphere of an underground life style, darkness and music, with a perfect central location and the kind of audience you would like to party with.

Gama, on the other hand, is the perfect lounge of relaxation, designed as a worm and naughty sauna, it is the place to escape when you need an inspiring and joyful break.

The man responsible for all the good vibes and music is Ori Kennethת aka DJ Alek Lee.

FB: https://www.facebook.com/Alphabet-225128354315203/