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The Best Places To Eat On King George Street, Tel Aviv

Falafel | © Bengin Ahmad/Flickr
Falafel | © Bengin Ahmad/Flickr
King George Street is one of the busiest central streets in Tel Aviv, so you will most likely find yourself in the area late at night at some point, hungry and in the mood to feast on local fare. Sometimes it is hard to know which places are open later than typical dinner hours or where best to grab a snack after a night out on the town. We have put together a list of the best late night spots on King George.

Dede

This new food stand is the perfect place to satisfy your hunger on a late night stroll. Only open from 6:30pm to 1:30am, Dede is a new spot worth stopping by. The ‘Dede’ is an omelet coated with breadcrumbs, making it above and beyond better than any omelet you’ve had before. You can stuff your omelet with a variety of inventive fillings of your choice, including meats, cheeses and veggie toppings.

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The Streets

Cafe, Diner, Sandwich Shop, Vegan, $$$
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Naughty Morning
Naughty Morning | Courtesy of The Streets
If you’re looking for a diner-style establishment that’s open 24 hours a day, look no further than The Streets. The Streets’ menu has everything you could want, ranging from breakfast food, the best shakshuka, a schnitzel sandwich, and salads galore. They have a large vegan menu as well so it really is a great late night spot for all. With wireless internet, pet friendly, outdoor and indoor seating and open at all times of the day, it really is the whole package.
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Cremeri De L’eclair

This new ice cream joint, Cremeri De L’eclair, is located right in the center of King George and is the perfect after dinner and late night snack. This place combines French patisserie with fine Italian ice cream. You might have to wait in line but it goes by quickly as you admire the various ice cream flavors and sauces hanging from the ceiling. Pick out your eclair and they will heat it up before adding in your favorite gelato or frozen yogurt flavor. Don’t miss out on the sauces and toppings you can add.

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Market

Restaurant, Italian, French, Asian, Indian, Mediterranean
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Soup
Soup | Courtesy of Market
Market is a great and healthy restaurant focusing on serving fresh produce. They celebrate the most important things, like good tasting food, their freshness of ingredients, eating healthily and, of course, an energetic ambiance. All their tastes come from around the world with different ingredients and spices. Most of the dishes are inspired by Italian, Asian, French, Indian and Israeli kitchens with added Mediterranean influences. Soups, salads and sandwiches are also served.
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Johnny Crispy

Bar, Israeli
Get your late night salad or sandwich at Johnny Crispy. Opt for the salad bar, which lets you pick your own toppings and add together as many as will fit in the bowl. Alternatively, get a classic sub sandwich, whether you choose an omelet sandwich for breakfast, chicken breast for lunch, or steak for your late night bite. The bread is crispy, the meat is perfectly cooked and the toppings are fresh.
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Miznon

Restaurant, Vegetarian, Israeli, $$$
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Miznon
Miznon | Courtesy of Sydney Goldberger
Miznon is a restaurant by celebrity chef Eyal Shani, and is loved by all Tel Aviv locals. They serve amazing meats and vegetables in warm, delicious pita. This is no Israeli falafel or shwarma, but many would argue it is better. Each pita is made and served to perfection, and you absolutely should not miss out on their whole roasted cauliflower. This friendly and energetic atmosphere is perfect for your late night meal.
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Hakosem

Restaurant, Mediterranean
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Many local Tel Avivians will claim that Hakosem has some of the best falafel and shwarma in town. Hakosem means ‘magician’ and you will understand why after you taste this magical food. You can have your Mediterranean food however you like it, whether you prefer it in a pita, plate style or in a laffa. As you wait in line to order your awesome treat, they will pass you a warm and fresh falafel. Hakosem is open till 12am.
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