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The 6 Best Things to do at Night in Tel Aviv

By Chris Boyle


Beautiful people and beautiful views at Sublet

The pretty rooftop over the Herbert Samuel restaurant is home to Sublet, one of the coolest summer venues in the city, its superb location offering breathtaking, uninterrupted views across the sea.

Sublet’s simple but stylish setup of seating around the edge, bars in the middle and large, quirky lamps makes for an inviting and elegant place to stop for a cocktail. This is a true party spot, with a lively, attractive crowd and a festive, flamboyant atmosphere – so start with a few drinks, put on your dancing shoes and party the night away.



Clara sums up Tel Aviv’s party spirit; a huge, pulsating, open-air mega-bar in a great beach location, so close to the sea you can often feel the spray on your face as you dance.

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Wildly popular, exceedingly stylish and enormous fun, Clara’s party vibe, show-stopping setting and gorgeous crowd make it a must-visit destination during your Tel Aviv trip – just make sure you’re here in the summer.

+972 54 621 2121

1 Kaufman Street




Israel’s leading symphony orchestra has earned international plaudits, recognition and prestige in over 70 years of world-class performances.

Its repertoire includes works from greats such as Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Mozart, but it also provides a platform to flourishing Israeli musical talent, premiering new works by home-grown composers. Regularly touring prestigious international venues, the orchestra also hosts some of the most celebrated soloists and conductors from around the world, and does much to support enjoyment of the arts among young people and the public. Its performances garner rave reviews, and are among the best of the many cultural experiences Tel Aviv has to offer.

+972 3 621 1777

Frederic R Mann Auditorium, 1 Huberman Street




This cute little bar is an elegant contrast to the raucous partying of much of Tel Aviv’s night scene.

In a hip location on bar-heavy Lilienblum Street – with an elegant, inviting interior of dark wood, leather and soft lighting – this is a great spot to stop off for a few pre-club drinks. Alternatively, settle down for a mellow evening of cold martinis and soft jazz, and while the night away in style.

Yigal Dayan, Owner

+972 3 516 8178

17 Lilienblum Street



A sp ectacular performance of Ai da at the anci ent Dead Sea fortress of Masada (c) Yossi Zwecker

One of the leading cultural institutions in the city, the Performing Arts Center is home to the acclaimed Israeli Opera and the award-winning Cameri Theatre.

Israeli Opera’s repertoire includes classic opera standards, innovative new productions and collaborations with leading composers. Not only has the company won glowing reviews, but its talented home-grown composers, singers and directors are regularly invited to perform internationally. 2012 highlights include a spectacular yearly festival at ancient Masada on the Dead Sea, featuring a new production of Carmen.

The Cameri Theatre is the largest theater in Israel and supports worthy projects such as The Peace Foundation, which brings groups of young Israelis and Palestinians under one roof to enjoy performances together. It stages classics by world renowned playwrights such as Brecht and Shakespeare, as well as new, cutting edge works from leading local talent. A series of plays inspired by Hebrew literature is currently in the pipeline as is an innovative new interpretation of Romeo and Juliet.

The Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center is a wonderful place to spend an evening and see art that pushes boundaries, explores personal and political issues or simply makes you laugh. This is where you see Tel Aviv at its vibrant and creative best.

Israeli Opera

+972 3 692 7777

19 Shaul Hamelech Boulevard

Cameri Theatre

+972 3 606 0960 or +972 3 606 0900

19 Shaul Hamelech Boulevard



Tel Aviv Marina’s glamorous hotel sports a stylish rooftop poolside bar with picture-perfect views of the ocean and the city skyline.

It serves excellent cocktails throughout the summer and attracts a smart after-hours crowd. Guests relax on elegant white sofas, schmooze, sip drinks and look beautiful while glorious sunsets light up the sea below. This stunning venue is a great spot to visit for a memorable summer night in Tel Aviv and can even be privately hired for personal or business events.

+972 3 521 1777

Marina Hotel Tel Aviv, 167 Hayarkon Street

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