Bars & Restaurants
Nightlife at Brown Hotels
Also located on the 14th floor, Méli-Mélo, an upscale "Kitchen" bar, led by the esteemed Chef, Meir Adoni, who has been cooperating with Brown Hotels for several years. Adoni takes the Israeli-Mediterranean cuisine to the next level as he combines it with the Japanese and French cuisine. The place will be operating as a "kitchen" bar in the early hours of the evening and as a sexy lounge at night (the rooftop bar is not kosher).
Located at the 18th floor of the new Lighthouse Hotel, the HAIKU SKYBAR is the city's most spectacular open-air rooftop bar. Overlooking panoramic views of the city's skyline and the sea, the HAIKU serves a high quality alcoholic and non-alcoholic menu alongside Japanese style cuisine. If you wish to pick your seat prior the arrival, we encourage you to book in advance. *Make sure you mention which Brown hotel you're staying in.
Opening Hours: Sun-Sat 20:00 till last guest
Entrance from age 24 and up
The Poli House Rooftop
The rooftop bar at the Poli House is open to the public and offers a range of contemporary cocktails and refreshing dining dishes (Crudo Bar) in an up-to-date outdoor setting. The bar is especially suitable for a drink in front of the sunset or for the opening of the night before going to the big clubs of Tel Aviv. The bar is available for small gatherings and private events.
Opening Hours: Sun-Sat 10:00 to 23:00. Food is served from 10:00 to 20:00..
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