Although it’s located in the heart of Jerusalem and is surrounded by plenty of other bars, Habibi Bar has a secluded feel to it. It has an authentic vibe with stone walls, Indian-style pillows, straw mats, and middle eastern music. Habibi Bar is known for its wide variety of hookah flavors, ranging from the classics to uniquely Israeli combinations.
One of the best parts about Zolli’s is that during happy hour you can get beer or cocktails for less and hookah is usually included in this deal. Zolli’s has a lively and upbeat atmosphere, with music and packed tables. If you’re looking for a place with great food, and drink, in addition to hookah, Zolli’s is the full package.
Tuvia Bar has one of the best atmospheres in the whole of Jerusalem. What makes it unique is its local tap beer and friendly staff. Tuvia in Hebrew stems from the word tov, meaning goodness, and this place is full of it. In the heart of Jerusalem and surrounded by good people, food, and hookah, Tuvia Bar delivers.
Shuka is one of the newer bars in Mahane Yehuda’s noteworthy bar scene. In addition to having one of the most exciting locations, Shuka also serves locally produced alcohol, and on Wednesday evenings, it provides a platform for cultural and political speakers. It is clearly one of Jerusalem’s more socially conscience hookah lounges. Shuka, 17 Haegoz Street, Mahane Yehuda Market, Jerusalem
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