Tel Aviv restaurants and cafés that are always open
The menu consists of traditional Israeli food featuring a wide range of meat, fish, salads and drinks. Most who enter Tachtit will agree that the multiple rooms, great music, and well-dressed staff are a reason to continue coming back. With a large menu featuring a diverse selection of items, even the most discerning customers are guaranteed to find something to enjoy. If you’re feeling especially hungry, be sure to order the hamburger with fries, often called the best burger in Tel Aviv. Tachtit is also open on Shabbat (Saturday), making it the perfect weekend lunch spot.
Cafe Nona is unique in that it never closes. Any day or time you find yourself craving that perfect schnitzel, this American-style eatery has you covered. Known amongst locals for its drink specials until 2 in the morning, it’s the perfect spot to keep drinking while satiating your hunger pains. The laid back atmosphere means you'll never be rushed, giving you ample time to work your way through the large Israeli breakfast, which is served all day. The menu is filled with typical local fare, including sandwiches, salads and bourekas. With free shots regularly offered and 50% off drink deals, it’s worth stopping in any time of day.
One of the most well-loved spots in Tel Aviv is this Parisian style brasserie. With a meticulously detailed Art Deco interior, this spot is packed ‘round the clock, serving up well-executed French classics with a side of creativity. Fashionable and casual, locals come here to get their comfort food fix.
Dixie Grill Bar offers a selection of classic American-style dishes with a variety of Asian-fusion cuisine. Dixie serves the highest-quality, freshest meats, creating a menu full of delicious flavors and fragrances. In addition, Dixie offers a wide selection of wines and spirits, with a large collection of beers on tap. The burgers and desserts, including New York cheesecake and chocolate fingers, are made by hand daily in order to ensure the tastiest dishes. Dixie Grill Bar is open 24/7, making it a great place to stop by for late-night cravings.
Benedict has become synonymous with breakfast in Israel, and you’ll find multiple locations across the country. People come here to munch on breakfast at any time of the day or night. Open 24 hours and jam-packed with every single comfort food possible: whether it be towering pancakes, eggs Benedict, French toast or shakshuka, breakfast knows no boundaries here.