+972 3 560 1758 |
weekday 10:00 - 02:00
weekend 10:00 - 02:00
Popular gay bar in Tel Aviv owned by leading gay figures in the city’s gay nightlife. Shpagat, which means “splits” in Hebrew, is designed with sports-related elements and offers a cosy, relaxed setting.
DJ’s play a wide range of music styles from electronica, mainstream pop, to hip-hop. Coffee and food served during the day.
There are no regular themes, but the place occasionally hosts art exhibits, music launch parties and special events. Great vibe and tasty drinks. Mixed crowd although predominantly gay.
weekday 22:00 - 04:00
weekend 22:00 - 04:00
audience rating 3.3 stars from 6 votes - click to vote
Gay bar & nightclub on two floors. Apolo has a large bar, two dance floors, a big yard and a dark room.
The bar hosts regular themed nights and special events – check the website for details. Open from 10pm.
Tel Aviv does has an excellent nightlife scene with amazing bars and clubs that, whilst not gay, are still very much worth visiting. For some pretty cool recommendation check out hipster travel blogger Travels of Adam Tel Aviv guide.
weekday 22:00 - 19:00
weekend Sat 22:00 - 19:00
audience rating 3.8 stars from 4 votes - click to vote
Not a place to have eggs and bacon. With its motto “The place where the sun never shines”, Breakfast Club is a very trendy dance bar in Tel Aviv that holds occasional gay parties.
Closed on Sundays. Located on Rothschild Boulevard.
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weekday 21:00 - 05:00
weekend 21:00 - 05:00
audience rating 5.0 stars from 2 votes - click to vote
Langa Club (formerly ‘Valium’) is a large nightclub (2,900 ft²) on Ben Yehuda that features luxurious décor and state-of-the-art light & sound system.
The rooftop outdoor lounge bar offers breathtaking sea views. Langa is open every night and hosts occasional gay parties. Located on the 5th floor of the Migdalor building.
Permanently CLOSED (August 2016)
EVITA is one of the best-known gay venues in Tel Aviv and a great spot to start or cap off your evening.
This popular dance bar hosts a range of activities throughout the week including karaoke, drag shows, performances, and tea dance – there is something for everyone.
Mixed crowd, both locals and tourists. EVITA is also a good place to check for the latest information about upcoming dance parties in Tel Aviv.
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