The best clubs in Tel Aviv
Recently renovated and re-opened in Tel Aviv’s famed Central Bus Station, the Block is a highly customized, beloved underground club. From its state of the art analog sound system, to their ability to lure in world renowned DJs every weekend – the Block party is hard to top.
Located between some of Tel Aviv’s highly acclaimed nightlife joints, Alphabet just off Rothschild Boulevard renew their DJ lineup weekly so there’s no time for the mundane. The darker, more intimate dancefloor makes this spot one of the most magnificently designed mini clubs in the world, letting their sound system breath inside its smaller walls with ease, flair and vibrancy.
From dark 1980s body painting parties, to rock ‘n’ roll circus nights, this freak-friendly club destination is a circus in the day and a party at night. This is also your only chance to visit Tel Aviv’s first independent performing arts center. You never know, you might need to enlist a lion tamer to keep you calm through the night’s thrilling events.
Edgy, trendy and progressively cool – this eclectic underground hotspot tempers together a web of tourists, celebs, students and locals to make this the only night spot needed on your agenda. Get caught up in a world of musical mayhem and treat those ears to every contemporary genre out there right now.
Notoriously known as one of Tel Aviv's sleaziest, but undeniably gritty and cool hangouts – Cat & Dog bark up the right tree with parties starting late into the night…and yes, we’re talking around 3 a.m. You better bring your sunglasses with you because you’ll be shaking that tail long after the sun comes up.
This grungy-but-hip club pulls focus on the music, rather than the extravagance that embodies many of Tel Aviv’s nightclubs. Sure it has a certain je-ne-sais-sleaze to it, and it’s smoky, but the musicians are uber-talented and the sound is ear-thumpingly clear. Drinks are available at the bar until the early hours of the morning.
ZooZoo is one of the hottest clubs in Tel Aviv and a largely popular place to head late-night. If you’re looking to drink with attractive Israelis, dance on the table and have a wild Tel Aviv night, ZooZoo is the place for you. The alcohol flows, the music is loud and everyone is having a good time. Located on Rothschild Boulevard among many other bars and restaurants, it’s worth stopping by on your night out. ZooZoo serves a small menu based off of classic street food with an upgraded touch, so the munchies won’t have to pull you away from all the fun.
HaOman is one of the only places on the planet where sweating and gyrating are acceptable forms of social etiquette. They like to tease their patrons too, so HaOman is only open on specific night – usually weekends and holidays – so it’s best to check ahead for schedules. However, count on it being open into the wee hours of the morning.
What used to be the old Maxim Theater has now been transformed into a colorful underground club with a modest yet vibrant atmosphere. The club is known to attract a range of party-goers: from the extreme neon makeup-wearing clubbers, to curious out-of-towners. You can count on cutting edge music that sweeps across the musical room of deep house, progressive trance and techno.
Jimmy Who is split up into three different spaces, each with its own unique personality: a trendy bar, a pick-up bar (getting busier later in the night) and a private VIP bar in back. Get those heels on, cologne sprayed and wallet stashed because live DJs play electric beats while up-and-coming artists fill their walls.