When it comes to drinking and dining in the White City, both can get expensive if you're craving top chef quality. That's why we've singled out a smattering of blink-and-you’ll-miss-'em deals going on at the best restaurants in Tel Aviv to give your wallet a bit of a break. From half-off happy hour specials in the hip and happening Florentin neighborhood to all-you-can-eat brunch that takes the cake with everything from bourekas to sabich, you're stomachs will thank you now, while your bank accounts will thank you later.
Must-visit restaurants in Tel Aviv for foodie deals
This is the place where Italian finesse meets London chic - offering crisp design, modern decor and a long, sleek bar with a bird’s eye view of the chefs cooking things up. Now, all that is left is to take advantage of the bountiful new bar menu, which includes three delicious courses to choose from alongside two cocktails or wine for NIS 129 per person. This special menu is perfect for sharing and boasts delicious options like lamb married with a pumpkin chutney sauce and a fresh endive salad with gorgonzola and hazelnuts.
Often described as reliable, generous and delicious, Coffee Bar is an ideal place to indulge on great food and wine with a date, family, or friends. Throw in great dining deals, and you’ll know why this eatery has consistently kept a loyal fan base for over 20 years. For those who crave more than their mouth-watering burger, Coffee Bar ups the ante with a dinner deal, adding an appetizer and a side dish for NIS 68. And the apps are nothing to scoff at - with options like beef carpaccio, chicken liver pate or fried cauliflower - you are covered.
Normally, buffets bring back unwelcome memories of Soup Plantation or worse - Vegas. But Cafe 65 has the brunch bunch on lock with their creative - and delicious offerings. Outside visitors and guests of the hotel are both welcome to dig in to the seriously all-you-can-eat delicious breakfast and brunch - boasting Israeli staples like melt-in-your mouth bourekas and a thoughtfully-curated sabich bar. The varied and colorful offering showcases fresh salads, cheeses, fresh and pickled fish, a healthy corner with nuts, granola, oats and the like, plus a selection of homemade breads, fluffy rolls, decadent pastries, sweet and savory cakes and a host of fresh-squeezed juices.
Hip and happening in the funky Florentin neighborhood, Dalida is a trendy place to see - and be seen. If you go during regular hours, you may be a bit peeved by the serving sizes - dishes are so delicious, you are always salivating for more, more, more. That's where the awesome happy hour comes in - Sunday through Thursday, from 17:00-19:00 all dishes (except desserts) are 50% off. Yup, they are. And for the drinkers in the house, from 18:00-20:00 all wine bottle prices are slashed by 50%. Find their full set of deals online.