Time Out Israel monthly issue guide
June 2017 | Issue 120 | The Colors of Tel aviv
The joys of June in Time Out Israel: When said together, the words 'June' and 'Tel Aviv' can only mean one thing: it's time for Pride! We're celebrating more than just the parade with a colorful week of top events, parties, and places to be naked; Plus, an exclusive interview with Yaniv Waizman, the man who gives the White City its pink glow; Not sure what to wear to the events? Shop at one of these gender fluid clothing stores matching this year's Pride theme: bisexuality; Find out where the must-visit(?) bathrooms in the city are with our 'Pooper's Guide'; Don't let the heat bog you down, keep cool with our summer bucket list; AND, check out the funky fresh restaurants that will keep the party vibes coming well after the gays funnel out. All that and more in our 'Colors of Tel Aviv' issue.
July 2017 | Issue 121 | All Night Long
This July, Time Out Israel is calling all night owls and party-goers, as we've got the ultimate guide on how to pull the perfect all-nighter; Want to stay up but don't feel like partying? Check out our list of how to enjoy a night under the stars; What else is on this month? If you thought Israel's beaches couldn't get any hotter, take a look at this summer's bathing suits before hitting the beach; Planning a first date, but don't know where to go? Find out where the best places in Tel Aviv are for that first kiss; The most promising new restaurants in Tel Aviv are waiting for you in a fancy new list; Plus, all the eateries open 24/7; Last but not least... want to stay cool this July? We've got 21 ways to survive the summer heat without AC!
August 2017 | Issue 122 | Unplugged
This August, it's time to unplug! Break free from technology, turn off the wifi, and live in the moment. Not sure how? Time Out Israel has got you covered with plenty of hands free options: return to a simpler time and find some freedom of self at our round up of wifi-less locations; or get the whole family involved at a variety of kid-friendly activities across Israel; dive into some culture at the Suzanne Dellal Centre's Tel Aviv Dance, Red Sea Jazz Festival, and other eclectic festivals worth the drive; delete your Tinder account and spend some quality "me time" around town instead; sip cold brew at Allenby's newest neighborhood cafe. Anxious to hand over the iPhone? Perhaps you should get acquainted with the Top 4 Tel Aviv Neuroses...so stop browsing in the web and get to it...seriously!
September 2017 | Issue 123 | Honey I'm Home
This September, Time Out Israel is welcoming you home. How do you like them apples?: celebrate the Jewish New Year with innovative twists on apples and honey; Anti New Year's resolutions: stop fighting yourself and give into your true desires; Get baked: find out which bakeries promise to make this year sweeter than ever; PLUS, take a peak into the humble abodes of Tel Avivians for a true voyeuristic glimpse of local living; an interview with Noga Erez about her newest album; 11 market-to-table restaurants worth a visit this holiday season; AND...from an I.V. bag filled with blood(y Mary), to PB&J in a glass, check out the eccentric cocktails taking the nonstop city by storm. Still itching for MORE? Check out
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