What seems to be just another pub in the center of the city—a minute walk form the market on the main Alenby junction—is what we call an institution. I don’t think there has been a single person who came to Tel Aviv who didn’t hang out under the lager taps, eating yami fusion “next to the beer” food in a place where everybody knows your name (but too drunk to remember it).
If good music is what you are looking for, then the Shesek is the joint where you should drink your beer. Designed as a local student salon, this place is where you will find fellow music lovers to speak to. Every night the cream of the local scene plays there as if this were their private room every day from 21:00 till late.
Still one of the best-kept secrets in the city, located in the southern young and hip neighborhood of Florentin. Shtern 1 is the place for all you beer lovers. A zillion taps of beer from all over the world and great hospitality will make sure you will not be able to walk straight once you get out. Open every day from 18:00.
This is Tel Aviv, so no matter where you are, all you have to do is grab your beer (don’t forget to buy it before 23:00) take the 5- to 10-minute walk to the beach, listen to the sea, relax on the soft sand and forget your trouble. 24\7.