Around the clock access to high-end French cuisine may only be a dream to some, but the launch of Brasserie ensures that those living in Tel Aviv can sate their cravings at any time of the day or night. From a menu stressing a Parisian palette, to the leather banquettes and oversized mirrors, and even the constant stream of jazz music in the venue’s speakers, this restaurant conveys a feeling of urbanity foreign to the local style. Whether it’s meant to evoke Paris, New York, or any other global city, Brasserie manages to strike a chord of quality. Located by Rabin Square, the restaurants steady inflow of patrons ranges from business meetings, to romantic dates, and everything in between. Inspired by the modern French kitchen, menu highlights include pâté de campagne and boeuf bourguinon. For those seeking the more provincial comfort food, the restaurant also features one of the better hamburgers in town. The twenty-four hour schedule is a novel treat, and a source for interesting clientele and their accompanying stories. After 3 AM or so, expect to see employees of the city’s nightlife industry enjoying a beer and some breakfast before heading home for much awaited sleep.