Where To Drink: 5 Tel Aviv Happy Hour Places to Go

More Drinks, More Smiles
We love our drinks, and we love them even more at wallet-friendly prices. Here are our favourite bars that promote maximum fun and minimal damage with their happy hour specials.

Dizengoff Street
Not only famous for being one of Tel Aviv’s best shopping districts, Dizengoff is also home to many great bars. It is a hotspot amongst the locals to grab a few drinks after a long day of shopping that even has its own slangy Hebrew coinage — “l’hizdangef” — to express the action of strolling down this iconic street. From designer shops to museums and party spots, this two-mile stretch is bustling with activities to see and do which of course includes getting your drinks on as early as 4pm.

Check Out: Mila
Happy Hour: 1-for-1 Beers & Cocktails (5pm – 9.30pm daily)
Over the years, Mila Bar has grown to be a popular choice for those wandering in the Dizengoff area thanks to their 1-for-1 happy hour deals. The bar is packed almost every night with a good mix of locals and tourists.
164 Dizengoff St.

King George Street
Lying just around the corner of Dizengoff Street, King George Street never fails to provide non-stop action for its visitors. It is extremely packed during the weekends with locals and tourists enjoying a day of shopping at the nearby Dizengoff Centre or discovering hidden bars (and crazy happy hour promotions) such as Par Derriere or Hamaoz along the nooks and crannies.

Rabin Square
A large public square in the centre of Tel Aviv, Rabin Square has been the site for numerous political rallies, parades and other public events. It’s conveniently-surrounded by many famous spots like the city hall building, Ibn Gabirol St and Frishmann St where you will find endless choices of stores, cafes and bars — the perfect excuse to call up your favourite people for an evening beer.

Check Out: Louis Bar
Happy Hour: 1-for-1 Beer & 50% off food (4pm – 9pm daily)
Louis Bar is ready to perk up your (and your buddy’s) afternoon with a 1-for-1 beer deal. It is a casual bar beaming with energy which would usually start filling up at about 8pm — so do come early to grab the best seats.
4 Malkhei Yisra’el St. (Directly opposite Rabin Square)

Hayarkon Street
Beach lovers can easily retreat to a good drink after a long day of sun, sand and sea thanks to Hayarkon Street. It is a long stretch that runs parallel and near to the coastline of Tel Aviv giving you easy access to mostly all the beaches in Tel Aviv. Other than visiting the iconic landmarks nearby, do keep a look out for the numerous bars with their happy hour deals. How can you ever say no to cocktails and a glowing, new tan?

Nahalat Binyamin
It never fails to be a fun festival of arts, crafts and street performances at the lively Nahalat Binyamin. Wander through the bustle of the twice-weekly Arts & Crafts fair that comes alive every Tuesday and Friday. A must-go amongst both the locals and tourists, the Arts & Crafts fair features the works of about 220 artists where you can find unique accessories, home decor and even dry food products. Not only that, it is also the stretch for numerous cafes and famed restaurants. All for you to eat, drink and be merry!

Check Out:Mizlala by Meir Adoni
Happy Hour: 25ILS on all cocktails and wine (12nn — 7pm, Sun to Thur)
For those looking to start early, Mizalala by Meir Adoni doesn’t disappoint with their Happy Hour starting at noon. Whether it’s cocktail-of-the-day or just a glass of red to kickstart the afternoon, enjoy your drinks for only 25ILS.

57 Nahalat Binyamin St.

Looking for a quick meal before drinks? Check out our favorite Street Foods for those on-the-go and check our post on how to get around in Tel Aviv for those who don’t know their way.

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