The biggest public square in the city, this huge expanse of paving stones was repaved and upgraded in 2011. It now has an ecological...
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The ultramodern ‘envelope’ building by American architect Preston Scott Cohen is one of many reasons to visit this impressive gallery...
This 'progressive' club-theatre, founded by the far-left HaShomer HaTzair youth movement, has pop and folk Israeli music, as well as...
Branch of the popular ice-cream chain.
70 Ibn Gabirol St · interesting places nearby
Brasserie M&R information
Somewhat officious maîtres d’ orchestrate the service at this hugely popular cafe-brasserie opposite Rabin Sq. The art deco–inspired interior is très Parisian, as is the menu, which includes choices such as oysters, salads, steaks and a plat du jour . There are plenty of French wines to choose from, but many diners opt for an expertly made cocktail instead.