While there are many restaurants laced around the Kikar Rabin area, Ha’achim's custling restaurant on the busy Ibn Gvirol Street breaks the mold. Lively and friendly, it is like dining in the welcoming home of a Tel Aviv local. The emphasis is on fresh ingredients set in a location that radiates a trendy Tel Aviv vibe in an unpretentious atmosphere. The menu is composed of a myriad of house-made salads, kebabs and homegrown Israeli food.
While Israel is barely the size of New Jersey, touring the country is still incredibly exhausting. That’s why you need to refuel with delicious Israeli food and drinks in between sightseeing. Wine pairings are all the rage these days, so we took a cue and paired up major landmarks in Jewish history, museums in Israel, and country wide attractions with nearby Jerusalem, Akko, and Tel Aviv restaurants so that you can 'dine & discover' at the same time. Feed your bodies and minds with this carefully constructed list.