Café Tamar's salon spirit is reincarnated in the newest hub for bohemian bliss
Between running Dreame (a global project that transforms dreams into realities using art as its platform), and piecing together the future of Israel in an impressive yoga mat mosaic, Sharonna Karni Cohen comprehends the importance of "taking a moment." The phrase forms the basis for Rega, her latest popup salon bringing bohemians, books, and beautiful minds together under one art-laden roof on Shenkin. The ghost of Rega's past was once Café Tamar, the most famous left-wing café in the city. The well-rounded Rega team has set out to preserve this essence, filling their café with live jazz, beautiful artwork, workshops, fun cocktails and craft beers, and delicious vegan pastries. Whether you're swinging by for a quick coffee talk, refuge from the hustle and bustle of Rothschild, or looking for a comfy couch and some wifi to write the next great American novel, take a moment of bohemian bliss at Rega.
57 Sheinkin St