Tel Aviv is home to a number of startup companies, and with that comes minimal office space. Cafes all across the central Tel Aviv area have become many individuals’ workplace or modern office. Looking for your perfect new office space? Check out the top six places to do your work whilst savoring a cup of coffee.
Looking for a quiet spot to get your work done? Cafe Lucia is seconds away from the Carmel Market, yet it is as quiet as can be. Surrounded by trees and apartment buildings, this cute and cozy workspace is one you won’t want to miss.
Looking to take a break from shopping at Dizengoff Center? Check out this quiet corner cafe with some of the best coffee in Tel Aviv. Stay a while, whether working on your own or if you’re hosting a business meeting – the staff is accommodating and friendly. They are also one of the few cafes open on Saturdays.
For those traveling to Tel Aviv from the US and looking for a taste of home, Cafe Xoho is the place for you. The Americanized menu is filled with homemade bagels and treats, making this spot a must-visit cafe in Tel Aviv. The shaded patio area is perfect to get your work done, and as a bonus, all of the friendly staff speaks English.
Le Moulin, located on Bograshov Street, is a quick stop on the way to the beach. They are known for their fresh tasting bread and pastries. Have a quick cup of coffee, or take a seat and work for a while.
This hidden gem is known for its large patio and unique menu. It’s not surprising to see many people here working on their laptops as they enjoy their coffee. Bucke serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and even drinks. It’s a work space you won’t want to miss.