A café by day and a hipster bar by night, HaMaoz gives you the best of two worlds.
Save Miznon’s bag-o-meat and whole-roasted cauliflower for later. It’s still early so you should head to the hipster haven just a block away instead. Across from Gan Meir on King George Street, the balcony at HaMaoz is the perfect setting for drinking wine and snacking on Middle Eastern tapas-type dishes as an accompaniment to your people watching. Duck inside for a completely different feel. Designed like an apartment down to the very last detail, HaMaoz is divided into three sections – a large outdoor patio, an inner bar and a large back room where you can relax on sofas, play pool or surf online. All three spaces do happy hour right, making all wine and beer NIS 15 and the tastiest menu options a mere NIS 20. Fall in love with the iconic roasted sweet potato and black lentil dish, get adventurous with a basket of mini schnitzel and various dressings or snack on french fries that rival the newly opened Patat next door. Whatever you choose, you can’t go wrong.
32 King George St
|Opening hours:||Sun - Fri 08:00–last customer; Sat 09:00 – last customer|