A great street with shops, bars and restaurants. The best part is from the Dizengoff Centre up to Arlosoroff Street.
Great shops with fab displays:
Yes this is shoes. One of my preferred places is Etnachta serving big pita breads with hummus mixed with meat. See red dot on map.
Just wonder up and down the street and pick a place.
Ha’Arba’a street is a great area full of bars and restaurants. Even some live music shows and clubs all in Hebrew.
My favourite place is Porter and Sons which has and amazing selection of beers. At least 30 beers on tap and more on bottle.
Not far away in Hataasiya street you have Dacing Camel Brewery.
Bograshov street is one of the many streets offering a good selection of bars and restaurants.
What I enjoyed was Bigiz where you at the moment get all the beer you can drink for ILS 60! Draws a great crowd most nights.
Also if you fancy sushi then try Moon which makes sushi into art.
Jaffa is the old town of Tel Aviv. Very small but great area. Walk down to the harbour and have some seafood or a great icecream.
A little maze of small streets.
Just outside the old town there is flea market on Friday morning sourrounded by many antiques shops.
Great area for going out. Centre point is crossing of Florentin and Vital Haim.
Picture does not do the place justice. It is great – go and see for yourself but not too early as people start to arrive around 11pm.