We Like You Too
Don’t you just love it when the feeling is mutual? We Like You Too sits right in the bustling intersection of Habima Square and Rothschild. Whether you’re looking for a pleasant place with a great atmosphere to sit in or a coffee to-go, this kiosk is your stop for delicious baked pastries, mouth-watering sandwiches, fresh juice or coffee. Place your order with the barista; grab a seat and someone will bring you your order alongside some refreshing water with nana and lemon.
Rothschild Coffee Spot
This coffee kiosk draws you in with its friendly vibe and display of baked goods. Offering a menu in both English and Hebrew, the Rothschild kiosk offers a fine selection of salads, breakfasts and hot sandwiches. With decent prices and even better tasting coffee you’ll definitely want to stop here on your stroll through Rothschild Boulevard.
If the bright green neon letters aren’t enough to catch your attention when walking by this welcoming kiosk, then maybe their superb coffee and sandwich deal will lure you in. Grab a coffee (hot or cold) and half of a delicious vegetarian, omelet or tuna sandwich for only 19 shekels ($5). Better yet, EspressoBAR Kiosk also makes their coffee blend in-house, so you’ll leave this place with an original cup of coffee in your hand and a smile on your face.
‘Whatever you want it to be’
Looking for a place with a great ambience? This cafe sits on corner of one of Tel Aviv’s busiest and happening streets in the Dizengoff neighborhood and goes by the name of…well technically the baristas tell us it doesn’t really have one. Call it whatever you like. But don’t miss the delicious goodies at this Televivian coffee spot, which combines classic coffee with Vietnamese style meals, in addition to a selection of tasty pastries and sandwiches.
Tent Kiosk ‘Ohel’
Unusually for a coffee kiosk, Tent is located on a quiet corner (Gliskon and Aharanovich) just a few steps from Kikar Dizengoff, and is a quaint place to enjoy some delicious food, a relaxed music playlist and heavenly roasted coffee. Tent, ‘Ohel’ in Hebrew, is located between the apartment buildings of Tel Aviv, right in front of Israel’s very first ‘Workers’ Theater of Palestine’; where the charming kiosk took its name from.
Don’t underestimate this small, unassuming kiosk, as it has a variety of drinks, food and sweets on offer. Located on Nordau Street, the kiosk sits in a quiet, sunny spot surrounded by trees. Come for the lattes and stay for the friendly baristas. If you can’t sit and enjoy the upbeat atmosphere, grab a coffee and pastry to-go.