You haven’t really experienced Tel Aviv culture until you’ve danced ‘til the sun comes up in one of the city’s famous night clubs. HaOman 17 – Second-to-none this mega club has multiple dance floors, international guest DJs and each night hosts a different type of party.
Dizingoff – A true mega-club, beautiful people and mainly main stream music. Cat and Dog – Not for the faint hearted, here the party only gets going when other clubs are closing their doors for the night. Music is eclectic as is the crowd. Biggy-Z – Inspired by New Orleans Mardi Gras with an indoor and outdoor area as well as a popular free-refill policy for those who buy the club wristband. Dream Exhibition – A sleek club with all the mod-cons. Here 24+ patrons dance to rock, main stream and house music.
Valium – A spacious luxury nightclub on the top floor of the Migdalor Building. Enjoy music on the dance floor or the quieter roof top. KTOVT (Mikveh Israel) – An alternative club with interesting décor and international and local DJs playing music for those who just came to dance. The Block – Techno-trance is the music of choice in this club known for its world-class sound system. Kuli Alma– Local art is displayed in this artistically-aware venue with indoor and outdoor areas, a vegetarian menu and a range of music styles.
Gay Nightclubs – Evita caters for all the LGBT community. For men-only try Apolo Bar and for women-only Barvaz or Amazona for 24+