Tel Aviv is a metropolitan center and multicultural hub with an unrivaled nightlife that welcomes all. You can easily walk or bike — use the citywide Tel-O-Fun rentals — across the entire city, from its beachfront boardwalks to its grittier neighborhoods, experiencing Tel Aviv through its kaleidoscope of eateries.
Yemenite, Moroccan, Tunisian, Spanish, and homegrown Israeli food can all be relished here, from hole-in-the-wall food joints to a groundswell of fine dining, and everything in between, while fresh produce can be picked up for a song in one of the city’s many bustling open-air markets.
Looking only for what’s new and hot? Head to the Tel Aviv heatmap. Want to focus on cheap eats? There’s a guide for that, too. But for the utterly quintessential, listed in geographic order, read on.
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$ = Less than 55 shekels (Up to $15 USD)
$$ = 55 to 139 shekels ($16 to $39 USD)
$$$ = 140 to 230 shekels ($40 to $66 USD)
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