Enter Le Moulin, a tiny café on Tel Aviv’s famous Bograshov Street. Quiet and rustic, the soft French music soothes as you indulge in freshly-baked goods. The staff are incredibly friendly and the homey feeling makes it easy and enjoyable to stay and work the whole day with no worries.
Cafe Nachat is the newest laptop-friendly café in town. Situated on the eclectic and colorful Dizengoff Square, this café features an equally dazzling menu of unique sandwiches and a wide array of wine and beer. While Nachat tends to get packed on a Saturday morning, on weekdays it’s just the opposite. Its funky and charming vibes make it so you just want to grab a table and get working.
One of Tel Aviv’s first ever cafés, Nechama VeHetzi is known for hosting some of Israel’s most famous writers, journalists, celebrities and bloggers on a daily basis. It’s a prime people-watching spot, especially as your fellow café-goers are probably famous in one way or another.
The Little Prince, Tel Aviv’s favorite dual bookshop/café, is located in a lovely building and complete with floor-to-ceiling bookcases. Walk to the back of the creaky-floored hub and discover The Little Prince’s secret: a magical garden ideal for working outdoors in the spring.
A wonderful bookstore/café overlooking the great Rabin Square, feel welcome in a warm and friendly library-like space. Feel free to browse the many books available in Tolaat Sefarim; from design, fashion, architecture to psychology.