Neve Tzedek is bordered with Shabazi, Florentin, Jaffa, Shapira, and “Lev Hair”, located on the southwestern of Tel Aviv, the city’s oldest neighborhood and most picturesque, with an atmosphere of artist’s colony or a little village. many years ago it was a slum, until the artists and the rich people discovered it. The winding streets are lined with elegantly renovated homes, fashionable cafes, bakery, bars and chic boutiques, from clothes to jewellery to unique crafts.
You can enjoy a good cappuccino at one of the outdoor cafes, shopping for style or take a walk to Neve Tzedek residents and beaches. Neve Tzedek has it charm and authenticity, feels comfortable, relaxed and unpretentious.
Cafe Nina – great coffee with European decor – 29 Shabazi st.
Suzana – Tel Aviv’s food institution – 9 Shabazi st.
Bellini – italian cuisine – 6 Yechieli st.
NG – for carnivores – 6 Ahad ha’am st.
Dallal – chef restaurant / bakery – 10 Shabazi st.
Anita – best gelato in Tel Aviv – 23 Shabazi st.
Hatachana compound (the station) – reconstruction of the first train station in Tel Aviv to a cultural, entertainment and leisure, with chic shops, markets and restaurants.
Agas and Tamar jewellery – 43 Shabazi st.
Hafatzim – home decor – 27 Shlush st.
Suzanne Dellal center – home of the Batsheva modern dance troupe and the performances of acclaimed contemporary dancers – 5 Yechieli st.
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Next on Tel Aviv’s neighborhood guide – Florentin. stay tuned.