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Carmel Market Tel Aviv

The Carmel Market is one of the most famous markets in Tel Aviv, offering a vibrant and bustling atmosphere where you can find a wide variety of fresh produce, spices, baked goods, clothing, and souvenirs. It's a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture and enjoy some delicious street food.

Throughout the day, the Carmel Market in Tel Aviv offers a bustling and lively atmosphere with a wide variety of stalls selling fresh fruits and vegetables, spices, nuts, baked goods, fish, meat, and more. You can also find vendors selling clothing, accessories, and unique souvenirs to take home. In addition, there are plenty of small eateries and food stalls where you can sample delicious local cuisine and street food.

At night, the atmosphere at the Carmel Market transforms with several bars, restaurants, and cafes in the surrounding area opening up. Some of the food stalls and eateries within the market itself may also remain open, providing late-night snacks and meals. On the top of the Poli House you can enjoy a rooftop bar with nice views. The vibrant nightlife around the market area creates a lively and energetic ambiance, offering visitors a chance to experience the local culture in a different light. For accommodation in the area, try our brand new Brown Brenner House Hotel.


Right at in the historic heart of the White City, a few steps from the Carmel Market, Shenkin Street and Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian mall, Brown's brand new property invites you to dive in the nostalgic Tel Aviv of the 1950s. Embracing the past elegance, the iconic Brenner House is now a retro-chic boutique hotel. Check it out and book your next stay in Tel Aviv at this one of a kind hotel. 

Brenner House Tel Aviv



Among the various cafes, restaurants and bars in the area of Nahalat Binyamin and Carmel Market, Jonesy Gardner Café & Bar, offers a peaceful garden where travel meets local and an organic fare on the dedicated terrace. During the afternoon and evening time, a selection of delicious small dishes ("Crudo bar")  is served at the Poli House Rooftop alongside alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Around the corner and the next door Carmel Market, an endless variety of restaurants, cafes and bars serve almost any type of food imaginable to make your trip a total culinary adventure. 


Shenkin Street

Shenkin Street in Tel Aviv is a vibrant and bustling thoroughfare known for its trendy shops, cafes, and cultural significance. It's often referred to as the city's "hipster" street and is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The street is lined with an eclectic mix of fashion boutiques, artisanal shops, and independent designers, making it a great place to discover unique clothing, accessories, and artwork.

In addition to shopping, Shenkin Street is also home to a variety of cafes, restaurants, and bars, offering visitors an opportunity to indulge in delicious cuisine and experience the city's thriving culinary scene. The street's lively atmosphere and colorful graffiti murals add to its charm, making it a must-visit destination for anyone looking to immerse themselves in Tel Aviv's vibrant culture and youthful energy. Feel like staying right by Shenkin Street? Try our new Brown Brenner House! 

Poli House and Magen David Square

Tel Aviv’s historic and ever-bustling Magen David Square, the meeting point of Allenby, Carmel Market, Sheinkin and Nahalat Binyamin Streets, is the heart of our beloved micro-metropolis on the Mediterranean. Tel Aviv’s 24-7 nightlife scene (that’s right, bring your sunglasses) starts here, surrounded by the city’s relentless clubs, cocktail bars, music venues and everything in between the clandestine alleyways, offering an array of party options always at your fingertips from dusk till dawn. Overlooking the square, the 1934 Bauhaus classic known as the Polishuk House, today the Poli House, used to host some of city’s most iconic operations, including the clandestine Etzel printing press during the British Mandate and later the famous “Naaley Pil” (Elephant Shoes) children’s shoe store. 

Nachalat Binyamin Market

Nahalat Binyamin is a pedestrian mall located near the Carmel Market, offering a unique shopping experience with its artisanal crafts and artwork. Every Tuesday and Friday, the area hosts a popular arts and crafts fair, where you can find handmade jewelry, ceramics, textiles, and more. At the entrance to the unique street, notice the Poli House (former Polishuk House) with it's unique design and classic Bauhaus architecture. Nachalat Binyamin offers visitors a wonderful opportunity to explore the local flavors, artistic creations, and vibrant energy of Tel Aviv.