With simple food options and affordable beers, tourists and locals continuously seek out HaMinzar for a lovely night out. With a young and stylish crowd, the vibe and energy is chill, so come prepared to take your time and bask in this calming setting. With mismatched tables and chairs, the unpretentious restaurant setting makes it clear that the owner’s focus is geared towards food and drink.
Tel Aviv knows how to party...hard. And we all know that the harder the party, the harder the hangover. While shakshuka is a delicious Israeli breakfast staple, it can be a touch acidic when trying to cure that morning-after mix of arak and falafel heartburn. Why not cure that hangover headache with a wholesome breakfast and some good old fashioned hair of the dog. Whether you choose to class things up with an elegant mimosa brunch at one of the restaurants at the top boutique hotels in Tel Aviv or pound back bottomless cocktail pitchers at more local dives, Time Out Israel’s recommendations for the best restaurants in Tel Aviv for boozy brunch won’t let you down.