Which Tel Aviv Club Are You?
Do you prefer DJs or bands?
Do you want pop or underground?
Do you want to party inside or outside?
Do you want to eat before you dance?
Do you want local or international performers?
Clara has an outdoor bar overlooking the ocean, making it the perfect venue for a summer night.
The Block’s three rooms are powered by “one of the five best sound systems in the world,” according to BBC Radio 1. Unlike the rest of Tel Aviv, smoking is forbidden here and cell phones are frowned upon.
Teder is an alternative to the commercial nightlife scene. Trade in the DJs and strobe lights for a courtyard hosting a variety of performers ranging from indie rock bands to chamber orchestras.
For underground dance, look no further than Bootleg, which regularly hosts international acts as well as Israel’s best producers like Red Axis, resident DJs.
If you’re into live music, Levontin 7 curates an eclectic lineup of performers. Unlike many clubs, this one has a large dance floor that doesn’t get overpacked, so you have plenty of room to move.