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- Nachalat Binyamin - arts and crafts festivals
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Nachalat Binyamin - arts and crafts festivals
If you are looking for a selection of jewelry, Judaica items, painted ceramics, souvenirs and gifts, all offered within a cheerful street festival, you shouldn't miss the Nachalat Binyamin festival, which takes place in the Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway every Tuesday and Friday between 10AM and 5PM. Besides all of the lovely offerings, there are always a bunch of artists, including musicians, theater actors, fortune tellers and others, who perform street acts during the festival hours, mainly on Friday afternoons, so you can still enjoy it even if you are not in a shopping mood.
The Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway is a fun place to visit in Tel Aviv on other weekdays as well. Have a cup of coffee or catch a bite to eat in one of the cafés, shop in some of the many textile shops scattered around or dine in one of the fine restaurants in the area - the Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway seems to offer something for everyone.
"Carmela Banachala" is a lovely bistro with a great offering of meat and fresh seafood dishes. It is located at a beautiful restored building on the edge of the shopping area of Nachalat Binyamin, and is known for its hospitable atmosphere.
When looking for some homemade food, it is difficult to find a better option throughout town than "Hamitbahon" ("the small kitchen"). Located in the crossing point of the Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway and the Carmel market, this authentic black-board restaurant offers some delicious Israeli and North African dishes in affordable prices.
If you are in a mode for a hamburger, visit Agadir, which offers some of the finest burgers in the city. Agadir is not a fast food joint, but a popular bar-restaurant which is open till very late in the heart of Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway.
Finally, be sure to visit the Minzar" bar ("the Monastery") for a cold beer. Open till late at night, the Minzar hosts both locals and tourists who come there to enjoy the casual atmosphere and the cool musical play-list.
Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian walkway is located just few minutes' walk from Adiv hotel Tel Aviv. It is easily accessible using public transportation - simply take any bus which leads you to Alenby St. and get off at the crossing with Sheinkin St.