It can be hard to get your priorities right in a city that never sleeps: Eat, drink or dance? Well, now you don’t have to, thanks to Deli – a sandwich joint to the untrained eye, a cocktail-drenched rave zone to the in-the-know partygoer. Out front you can chow down on a crunchy sub roll deep-filled with pastrami, pickles and salad, whilst kicking back on the cushioned metal stools.
Meal dispatched, it’s time to head through that clandestine door in the corner and sink a few perfectly mixed and potent concoctions in the chic, speakeasy-style bar, before hitting the intimate dance floor – soundtracked by some of Tel Aviv’s foremost electronic spinners. And keep a special eye out for the monthly Later which brings in international deep house and techno supremos to that 150-man pressure cooker of a space.