Want a sweet deal on dinner with your crew? Try one of Tel Aviv’s best places to go for happy hour!
Tel Aviv is a city full of incredible bars and restaurants. So when it hits 5:00 PM and the hunger starts to strike, where are you going to go? Happy Hour, of course! Tel Aviv has some great places to go for happy hour, and we’ve narrowed down some of our favorites for you so that you’re not overwhelmed with all the options. Keep reading for the low down on some of Tel Aviv’s best happy hour spots.
The “East Jaffa Perfume Company” is no perfumeries, but is actually the coolest concept bar, Spicehaus. The antique decor adds to the hip vibes of one of Tel Aviv’s best happy hour spots. Spicehaus looks like an old apothecary’s shop, and drinks are even served in beakers and test tubes. Get a single serving for yourself, or choose from two sizes of sharing bowls for you and your crew. Every single one of their cocktails is delicious…but our favorite is probably “The Thing.” Spicehaus serves up some awesome munchies too – we love their signature “Crack Toast” and minute steak sliders!
Happy Hour Deal: 1+1 on a set list of cocktails from 6:00 – 8:30 PM.
A literal hidden gem of Tel Aviv (seriously, the entrance to this place is difficult to find! Look for an unmarked door beside a dress shop on Nachalat Binyamin), the Prince is one of the best rooftop bars! This boho bar has great vibes and is one of our favorite places to go for an after-work drink. Their food is seriously delish: we highly recommend giving the minute steak sliders a try, or go all out and order the “Canadian French Toast” for a real treat.
Happy Hour Deal: 55 shekels for a cocktail and any menu item; 45 shekels for beer/wine and any menu item, until 8:00 PM.
Spending the day in Jaffa? Cool off with happy hour at Margoza! This little bar opens only in the evening and is the perfect spot to wind down the day with your crew. Margoza offers a full list of wine, beer, and spirits, and while they don’t have a set cocktail list, you should feel free to request a cocktail from the bartender – they make great mojitos! In terms of food, try out the beef carpaccio, or go with a twist on an Israeli classic and order the Lamb Hummus – yum!
Happy Hour Deal: 1+1 on drinks from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
Arale Bar & Chef Pizza
This place on Dizengoff has cool old-school vibes (make sure you check out the bar – it’s an old car!). Choose a table outside on the patio and enjoy the bustling atmosphere of hip Dizengoff Street. Arale serves up wine, beer, spirits, and delicious thin-crust pizza. Try the “Garden Surprise” (olive tapenade, tomatoes, and artichokes) for a Mediterranean option, or go with a more unique “Sabich” pizza.
Happy Hour Deal: 50% off drinks & buy-one-get-one 50% off pizza from 5:30 – 8:30 PM.
Room Service is open all day, but it’s definitely worth it to go for happy hour! They offer to share bowls of cocktails for you and your crew – and when we say sharing bowls, we mean sharing! Here, everyone gets a straw & drinks out of one bowl. Fun! In terms of cocktails, try the “Please Do Not Disturb” or the “Rubiks Cube.” Hungry? Have dessert for dinner! Try one of Room Service’s incredible desserts, like the “Banana Brûlée,” “Baked Cheese Cake,” or “‘Surprise’ Chocolate Sphere.” Yum!
Happy Hour Deal: 1+1 on cocktails from 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
Located on King George Street, HaMaoz is designed like an apartment down to the very last detail. Divided into 3 sections, you can chill outside on the patio, inside at the bar, or in the large back room where you can enjoy a game of pool. HaMaoz really knows how to do happy hour: serving up beer and wine for 15 shekels a glass and a delicious menu of Middle Eastern tapas for 20 shekels each, their prices are hard to beat! Our recommendation? Try their roasted sweet potato and black lentil dish.
Happy Hour Deal: 15 shekel wine/beer, 20 shekels for all food from 5:00 – 8:00 PM.
These are just a few of Tel Aviv’s best happy hour spots – but there’s so much more that this city has to offer! Looking for more recommendations on places to go for your next night out? Check out our article on how to spend a night in Tel Aviv HERE, or chat with Gooster, your best tourist buddy, on Facebook Messenger today for the best tips and recommendations of places to go for the urban traveler.
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