The Top Spots to Drink With a View in Tel Aviv, Israel

Sonya Korshenboym / © Culture Trip
Sonya Korshenboym / © Culture Trip
Photo of Doriel Mizrachi
12 April 2018

Picture a Saturday afternoon mojito with good company and an even better view—what could be better? Whether it’s a casual afternoon cocktail or a night out on the town drinking artisanal wine, here are the top spots to score a delicious drink while enjoying a beautiful view in Tel Aviv.


Bar, Cocktail Bar, Restaurant, Israeli, $$$
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Suramare, Tel Aviv
Suramare, Tel Aviv | Courtesy of Suramare
The motto of Suramare is “Drinks and happy food”, which they dish out in abundance. In addition to serving great drinks, the views of the city’s skyline are reason enough to visit this cocktail bar and restaurant. Their glass-enclosed rooftop offers stunning views regardless of the weather, and their cocktails are delicious and creative mixes. Spend the day exploring Tel Aviv and end your evening at this spectacular bar.


Restaurant, Cocktail Bar, Israeli, $$$
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2C is a romantic hot spot that lies in the heart of Tel Aviv, on the top floor of the Azrieli tower. Here you can enjoy a good glass of wine as well a panoramic view of the city. The best part of this bar is the atmosphere, which is great for an intimate night out or a special occasion.

Rooftop at the Brown TLV hotel

Bar, Israeli, $$$
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One of the Brown Hotel’s main attractions is its magnificent rooftop sundeck. This stylish urban haven is the perfect spot to soak up the Mediterranean sunshine and enjoy 360-degree views overlooking Tel Aviv and the sea. The sun deck offers comfortable tanning beds with large vintage-style pillows, outdoor showers, an open-air Jacuzzi tub and a lavish rooftop spa. The rooftop features an open-air bar during the summer, and serves a variety of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages best enjoyed under the stars.

The Prince

Bar, Restaurant, Israeli, $$$
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The Prince, Tel Aviv
The Prince, Tel Aviv | Courtesy of The Prince
The Prince is a bar located on the second floor of a historical building located at the intersection of the Nahalat Binyamin market. If you’re already in this area, just five minutes away is the beauty of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, which is the home of Israeli bohemian art. The stairwell of the Prince bar is used as an art gallery for young artists, and during the week the bar hosts various DJs, lectures and cultural events. There is a large open balcony where you can bask in the sun while enjoying a cocktail. The Prince offers an assortment of unique and refreshing cocktails, including the “Passion and Fire” cocktail whose preparation alone serves as entertainment for the customers.

The Shrink Bar

Bar, Restaurant, Israeli, $$$
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Visitors at this bar can come explore the “shrinking world” of Tel Aviv and discover the city from a heightened perspective. The Shrink Bar overlooks the Shuk Hacarmel Market in between the busy streets of Sheinkin and King George, and offers a contemporary atmosphere with cozy vibes. From the warm welcoming staff to the energetic DJs, this bar provides everything you need for the perfect evening, with a backdrop that characterizes all that is unique and true in Tel Aviv.

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