Every Tel Aviv local needs their own neighborhood café- that same spot where one holds office-hours, dates, long reading sessions, weekend brunches, and everything in between. For those staying in the Arlozorov Street area, the dividing line between north and central Tel Aviv, Café Arlozorov is a top-rate candidate for your new favourite.
Hidden behind a green wall of shrubbery offering much warranted salvation from the congestion in Arlozorov, the café offers an array of seating options, ranging from single’s perches, through deck-side couches, and even back-yard round tables. Between laptop wielding students and young mothers on their late-morning coffee break, the café exudes a tranquility that blissfully contrasts with the daily rhythm of the bustling metropolis.
Breakfasts are a specialty at Café Arlozorov. The highlight of the menu is the delectable shakshuka dish, an Egyptian recipe for the vegetable omelet. The meals often are accompanied by a table full of small salads, spreads and jams- a nod to traditional middle-eastern of dining.
Whether on an empty stomach or simply in search for a caffeine lift, café Arlozorov lives up to its name as the essential spot in this part of town.
- Arlozorov 53,
- +972 57 943 9069
- Opening Times
- 7.30am-midnight Sun-Thurs; 7:30am-5pm Fri; 10am-midnight Sat