Although Israel is still not popular as a nightlife destination, the local clubbing and partying scene is quickly growing in the last few years, so today many consider the country as a wonderful place for spending a night out, having fun and visiting some of a unique places for drinking, dancing and listening to music in the region. The local nightlife scene is safe to say very diverse and unique, offering a vast range of fancy clubs, cool bars and relaxed drink establishments for locals and travellers from all around the world. The Israeli clubs and bars are certainly appealing to any and every possible interest and preferences. Check out our guide and selection to discover the best partying places in Israel!
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Hidden within the Imperial Hotel, the Imperial Craft Cocktail Bar is a creation of veteran bartenders of the city, to create a temple to the lost art of the cocktail. The kitchen is Asian-colonial inspired, and the music varies from swing jazz at happy hour to surf and rock n’ roll come late night (when most of the city’s bartenders come cruising around).
Jajo is a meticulously designed restaurant in the historical building that once housed Israel’s first winery, on a hill within the recently restored site of Sarona in Tel Aviv. Jajo is surrounded by terraces where grapes were grown a century and a half ago and occupies three floors and 350 square meters. We invite our guests to share our passion for the combination of wine & food. Jajo’s professional staff delivers wine workshops for beginners & wine-enthusiasts, as well as professional wine courses in various levels and group sizes.