Allenby is a long street in the city’s center, that changes its character every morning and every evening, and is filled with all kinds of things. It is a very famous and main street in Tel Aviv, and has very beautiful and special building, most of which have become neglected these days. During daytime, it’s filled with people and strange old shops. At nighttime it gets crowded with party people. It starts on the north right next to the beach, with infamous strippers clubs and police cars, goes on to the Carmel market, which is also a bridge point between the dodgy northern side and the hipster middle of the street. The next bridge point is the corner of Rothschild Boulevard, where the south part starts. Then it gets hard core with the old central station, inhabited by refugees, junkies and prostitutes.
Drink some refreshing beverage at Sheleg cafe on Geula street. Right next to it is an old magazines shop that is worth a visit. There are many old jewels shops along the way, as well as undergarments shops. Then there’s the Minzar bar at Magen David square, and a malabi shop right next to it, where you can buy a great malabi and play Backgammon. There are some old book shops after the square with great selections. One is located on the west side near Beit Hashoeva alley, and the other is on the east side next to the corner of Montefiore street.After that, there’s the Pasáž club located in a really cool space with parties and concerts. The Great Synagogue plaza next to it has many attractions around, and in front of it there’s a building that hosts the Lucifer bar in a small corridor, that has a more nocturnal atmosphere. There is also America Burgers diner on the corner of Ahad Ha'am street that has great burgers, Tony Vespa pizza at the corner of Rothschild Avenue, and finally Beta & Grega cafe.
Allenby St, Tel Aviv - Yafo