5 Tel Aviv restaurants that know how to party

Enjoy these eats and beats all at the same time
Beit Romano © Ariel Efron
Beit Romano © Ariel Efron
By Time Out Israel Writers |
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After a long, tiring work week, the task of choosing which Tel Aviv restaurant to hit up on top of which Thursday night club for 'dessert' can be more exhausting than staying home with take out and Netflix. Time Out's here to reduce your scheduling stresses by merging the best eats in the White City with the best beats in the White City. It’s not just bars that are having all the fun. Here are the top Tel Aviv restaurants that know how to keep the party vibe alive at all hours of the night.

5 Tel Aviv restaurants serving up eats and beats

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Nightlife, Nightlife

Beit Romano

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This is the go-to bar for the cool and beautiful hipster crowd of Tel Aviv’s preeminent hipster kingdom. DJs play sets fusing funk and reggae, electro and hip-hop – and never tire until the early hours of the morning. With plenty of beer on tap and a real groovy crowd, this is a must-visit if you have even an ounce of bohemian blood bubbling inside of you.

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Restaurants, Japanese

Herzl 16

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After months of nail biting and stewing in a pool of urban anxiety, Herzl 16, the promising successor to R2M's Rothschild 12, opened its doors…just a few days after the doors of Rothschild 12 closed for the very last time. In terms of the vibe, Herzl 16 will preserve the old spirit of Rothschild 12 - both in terms of sound, music, performances, and design. The food will be similar, but with a Japanese twist. 

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Restaurants, Thai

Kab Kem

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Talk to anyone who has lived in Tel Aviv for long enough to know where to eat and the Thai House will inevitably come up as the place to go for authentic, delicious Thai dishes. With little to no competition, the place is perpetually packed and reservations are actually a must. And now, after two decades of anticipation, the owner has finally branched out and opened another venture called Kab Kem, featuring drinks and Thai bites. However, "bites" implies something small, but what we are talking about here is a one-two punch packed with flavor and then some. 

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Restaurants, Mediterranean

Ramesses

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Rameses is a burgeoning group of bars stretched all over the revived area of the Greek market in the center of Jaffa. Lively and always happening, these open-air spots let you kick back and take in the Jaffa vibes while observing the striking murals and downing classy cocktails and shared plates.

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Restaurants, Israeli

Port Said

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Located just across from the largest synagogue in Tel Aviv, you won’t find anyone praying here. With a massive vinyl collection, the hippest waitresses, and a food menu created under the supervision of iconic Israeli chef, Eyal Shani, you’ll understand why Port Said has been successfully serving the young communities of Tel Aviv for years. While the wait may be long and the energy intense, no visit to Tel Aviv is complete without an evening at this iconic spot. So grab a Goldstar, some delectable food, and spend your night chilling under the stars with the locals at Port Said.

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