Woody Allen’s alluring drama, Vicky Christina Barcelona, proved to be a boon for Barcelona. His film branded the Catalunian city as a romantic fantasy just waiting to be visited. The effect of the film’s popularity was so salient that when the management team decided to launch a Catalunian wine-bar in Tel Aviv, naming it after Woody Allen’s two leading ladies was only natural. Now Vicky Christina offers guests Iberian gourmet cuisine with a little Hollywood magic.
Taking over the southwestern corner of the Hatachana complex, the tapas bar sits in the shadows of the city’s oldest Ficus tree, with an intimate dining space for those who want to tuck into tapas plates like ceviche de citron and salchichas. The bar area has a more upbeat soundtrack of Spanish music, with a wine list featuring over 120 labels. As the tapas plates and wine can be enjoyed in either area, where you sit depends entirely http://vicky-cristina.co.il/on the mood you want for your night in this vibrant city.