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6 Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Where to eat, stay and play in the Mediterranean city.

Rothschild Boulevard

Road game: Rothschild Boulevard, one of Tel Aviv’s main streets, doubles as a bocce ball court.

01 Get a prescription for Dr. Shakshuka’s filling and fiery tomato-egg dish with merguez sausage. (shakshuka.rest.co.il)


02 Find an evocative piece of Israeli art at Under 1000, an independent gallery in Florentin with a nearly endless selection of works by established and emerging artists priced under US$1,000. (under1000.co.il)

 

 

03 With locations in Sarona Market and Neve Tzedek, Anita delivers Tel Aviv’s best frozen treats, including pistachio sorbet and the very popular “cookieman” ice cream. (anita-gelato.com)


04 The bacon-wrapped pork chop stuffed with Manchego at the Hotel Montefiore makes for a filling, if not very kosher, midday meal. (hotelmontefiore.co.il)


05 Find a dance partner at Havana Music Club any evening of the week, whether it’s Monday’s packed 1960s night (seniors swinging to live Beatles covers) or salsa Saturday, when experienced dancers treat newcomers to a dance with a Latin beat. (havanaclub.co.il)


Where to Stay

Carlton Hotel

The recently renovated Carlton Hotel has sweeping views of downtown and the Mediterranean from its rooftop pool, and provides personal touches like coffee and a croissant waiting for you in a cab if you’re in a morning rush.

carlton.co.il

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