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How To Spend A Girls' Day Out in Tel Aviv

Brunch at Dallal in Tel Aviv (Courtesy of Dallal). Brunch at Dallal in Tel Aviv (Courtesy of Dallal).

When in Tel Aviv, why not take a day to explore some of the best brunch restaurants, coffee shops, and bakeries? Writers at The Culture Trip tell us their top picks for a perfect girls' day out!


This classy and unique Neve Tzedek restaurant is yet another must-try. This place feels like a real enchanted garden, and the menu is simply magical as well. This is one place that truly goes beyond classic breakfast dishes. Don’t forget to check out their bakery next door after brunch for some of the city’s best breads and pastries.


Cafélix brings coffee to another level and serves coffee beans from across the world.  The smell of their freshly brewed coffee fills the entire shop and gives patrons a caffeine buzz before they even order.  Furthermore, the overall atmosphere is completely relaxing.

Anita Cafe La Mamma Del Gelato

Anita’s is without a doubt the best gelato spot in Tel Aviv.  They have an overwhelming variety of house-made flavors and even offer vegan, fat free, and sugar free options.

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