This Italian style restaurant evokes a romantic, boutique style atmosphere and offers a gourmet menu. You can also order a coffee-croissant deal and sit at an antique table fully suited to hook up a laptop.The calming music and Victorian style wallpaper will give you a wonderful study experience. The name of the restaurant comes from the date that Neve Tsedek was founded as the first Jewish neighborhood . It is located in front of the old Eden cinema, the first of its kind in Tel Aviv.
1887, Pines St 27, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 3-510-0057
Although Cafe Cafe is a well-known chain of coffee shops in Israel, this particular branch is set in a famous cultural hub for contemporary dance and entertainment, the Suzanne Dellal Center. This particular coffee shop is at the heart of everything Neve Tsedek – stone fountains, palm trees, beautiful architecture and the sound of rehearsing dancers. Not to mention their tall and towering velvet chairs provide the much needed comfort to counteract your stress.
Cafe Cafe, Emek Refa’im St 44, Jerusalem, Israel, +972 2-563-7999
This little Parisian-style coffee house sits on the bustling sidewalk of Shabazi street, one of the main streets in the neighborhood. Part of a quaint boutique hotel, Nina Cafe serves a Parisian-style menu and has a quieter indoor area with comfortable booths and sofas for the more productive crowd.Their menu offers everything from croissants, delicious quinoa salads and sweets Belgium waffles.
Nina Cafe, Neve Tsedek St 15, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 52-508-4141
Veggie and vegan enthusiasts , this place is for you. Straight from a family farm in moshav Yarkona, Meshek Barzilai offers fresh organic food and baked bread. With its European coffee shop atmosphere, it is both stylish and healthy. Sit outdoors under a shady pergola in an all-white wooden setting and you’ll be finished with those midterm essays in no time.
Meseh Barzillai, Ahad Ha’Am St 6, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 3-516-6329
Walk up the stairs to the second floor of Cafe Lulu Kitchen & Bar. Wooden round table tops with red checkered table cloths and a glass of wine await you. The menu is a classic gourmet assortment of tuna tartar, carpaccio and tortellini starters, a perfect snack to nurture your brain during crunch time.
Café Lulu Kitchen & Bar, Shabazi St 55, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel, +972 3-516-8793