Looking for a Tel Aviv gay restaurant? That should not be a hard thing to do, since Tel Aviv is a haven for food lovers. From street food to the fanciest of restaurants, there is certain to be a place to please all tastes and appetites.
If you are looking for a great Tel Aviv gay restaurant, then try some of these popular locations.
Located inside Gan Meir Park at the Tel Aviv gay center, Landwer has a very relaxed atmosphere where you go and rest your feet, then strike up a casual conversation with someone.
For those craving sushi or other fusion dishes, give Moon a chance. They were the first sushi bar in Israel to feature a sushi conveyer-belt.
For good food and service in the Nevetzekdek area, try this gay friendly Suzanna. However, if you want to have a table outside (or a good table in general), you will need to call in advance.
Benedict is a popular 24-hour diner that is great for either breakfast or for that late night bite after a night at the clubs. Greasy but good, Benedict is a very popular, so you’ll probably have to wait for a table.
Looking for French food, then head on over to Rabin Square to Brasserie.
Those searching for high cuisine need to visit the Hotel Montefiore. The restaurant, which is located on the ground floor of the hotel, serves brasserie cuisine under Vietnamese spell, with an elegant décor to that surrounds you while you eat.
Got a craving for a succulent cheeseburger? Then Wolfnight’s is the answer to your call. Even non-meat lovers can find vegetarian options.
Want a great view with your meal? Manta Ray has a veranda overlooking the sea, which can be quite nice while enjoying a nice selection of fish and seafood.
When searching for food outside of a Tel Aviv gay restaurant, one of the best places to visit is the Carmel Market. The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most popular marketplace in Tel Aviv, and is even on par with the best restaurants, bars, and coffee shops in the city. Plus, there is something for everyone; handmade Jachnun, boutique cheeses and even designer threads. Go on over and try some Middle Eastern fare or some baked French pastries, then have an amazing fresh pressed vegetable or fruit juice to wash it all down with.